New ambassador role

Dalglish backs ‘health passport’ to bring back fans

Kenny Dalglish

Kenny Dalglish: ‘fans are number one priority’ (pic: SNS Group)

Former Scottish footballer Sir Kenny Dalglish has signed on with a cyber technology company behind moves to get supporters back into stadiums.

He has taken on the role of global sporting ambassador for football at VST Enterprises (VSTE) which has developed a secure digital health passport.

The V Health Passport is an app works alongside all Covid 19 testing kits. It also has its own unique contact tracing technology which is specifically designed for sports and football stadiums, music and theatre venues.

Sir Kenny has joined forces with Olympic equestrian silver medalist  Zara Tindall and her husband, the former England rugby captain and 2003 World Cup Winner Mike Tindall. 

The Manchester based cyber technology company which was founded by tech entrepreneur Louis-James Davis


In his role as ambassador, the former Celtic, Liverpool and Scotland footballer will also raise the issue of all football players being subject to rapid Covid testing.

Sir Kenny undertook a Covid 19 rapid ‘antigen’ and rapid antibody test in Liverpool recently which was administered by CHB Medical.

The nasal swab Orient Gene /Healgen rapid ‘antigen’ test was administered first taking 15 minutes, followed by the finger prick Orient Gene rapid ‘antibody’ test which also took ten minutes to administer.

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