Chris Kerr (footballer)

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Chris Kerr (born 6 September 1978 in Paisley) is a Scottish former professional football player. Kerr played in nearly 100 competitive matches for St Mirren, his local professional club. His career was stunted by a serious knee injury suffered in 1999, when opponent Ross Tokely committed an "overzealous tackle" on Kerr.[1] Tokely's challenge caused damage to his cruciate ligament and forced Kerr out of the game for nearly 18 months.[1] After this incident, St Mirren fans repeatedly barracked Tokely during matches.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Abuse stokes Ross Tokely to fire Inverness's winner". The Times. News International. 4 May 2009. 

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