Firstly, how does your disability restrict you in football?
“Spacial awareness, heading the ball, balance, coordination, agility, reactions, vertigo, hearing calls.”
How tough was it transitioning from Professional football to Paralympic football?
“It was tough because I needed to understand other players impairments and how to get the best from them and help them. It’s 7-a-side with no offsides so that took time to adjust to. It’s very physically demanding and if you switch off for a second against the top four teams, you will be punished.”
What’s it like representing Great Britain?
“A dream come true, the proudest moment of my life because it was an honour to captain GB at the second biggest sporting event in the world and to play with such inspirational players makes it extra special. It is also nice to pay back the support I received from Headway, my family and friends who helped me so much.”
What’s the best stadium you have played in, in terms of atmosphere?
“Villa park was good when I played for Birmingham City Reserves vs Aston Villa Reserves but the Brazil and Ukraine game in Rio was unbelievable.”
Finally, what is your best moment in a Team GB shirt?
“Walking out as captain of the team vs Brazil in Rio opening day of the Paralympics. I, at that moment, could put my mind to rest with what happened.”
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David – @DCurtyy – Football Writer