Rhys, 13, trains with England cerebral palsy team at Wembley after social media abuse

, Rhys, 13, trains with England cerebral palsy team at Wembley after social media abuse, The Evepost BBC News
, Rhys, 13, trains with England cerebral palsy team at Wembley after social media abuse, The Evepost BBC News

Fulham fan Rhys, 13, has cerebral palsy. The goalkeeper posted videos of his saves on social media and was abused for his disability. But he decided to turn a negative into a positive and has raised thousands of pounds for a disability charity. This week he was invited to train with the England Cerebral Palsy team at Wembley and told BBC Sport: “Whatever you want to do, you can achieve it”.

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