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John Clarke, Manager of one of our Under 10s Girls teams, asked me if one of Under 9s teams could help a family he knows. A 9 year old visually impaired boy wanted a team to train with – he doesn’t want to play – to build up his confidence. Another local club turned him away.

Within 24 hours of me asking our 4 under 9s teams if they could assist, EVERY team offered to help! That’s what makes me proud to part of Wyrley! Well done Jaguars, Tigers, Panthers and Colts

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2 comments for this article:
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    trevor smith

    Absolutely fantastic story,
    “PROUD TO BE WYRLEY”

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    The Stig

    Trev, couldn’t have put it better myself.

    What in the name of all things that are Holy is wrong with these clubs??????

    Clearly, the idea that ALL kids deserve to play football hasn’t sunk in yet…….thankfully Wyrley Juniors live in the REAL world.

    The Colts are more than happy to help anyone where they can……..looks like we’ve got a bit of friendly rivalry in the Under 10’s camp.

    We would have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for those pesky Jaguars 😉

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