Striker's daughter quits TV interview
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Dawn Astle quits interview with PFA chief Gordon Taylor

The daughter of a former professional footballer who died from brain trauma has walked out of a meeting with a top official in the game.

Dawn Astle was meeting Gordon Taylor, chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA).

Her father Jeff Astle died in 2002 at the age of 59. A coroner ruled his brain trauma was caused by heading footballs.

The Astle family has campaigned for more research into the link between football and dementia.

You can see this story in full on BBC Inside Out West Midlands at 19:30 GMT on BBC One on Monday 20 March or via iPlayer afterwards.

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