Let's be honest, he was a dirty git on the pitch, but you certainly couldn't accuse him of bottling out of a challenge. Not the best player we've ever had, and one of the players that Lou had to get rid of in order to change the culture of the dressing room. I don't think we really saw the best of Kennedy at Stoke as fans of Portsmouth and Luton seem to rate him a lot higher than we did.
Very sad news that he's passed away so young though. RIP Mick.
When Macari first arrived Kennedy's performances improved for sure.
It did. When Kelly got the equaliser at Anfield there's one camera shot that showed Kennedy getting back into position and beckoning his colleagues to get back and keep their heads together.
I seem to remember Kennedy being subbed during the boxing day game v Peterborough. There was a few suggestions it wasn't a football decision. Which meant it might have been alcohol related.