Keith Webb ‘changed’ by his England cerebral palsy squad heroes

Keith Webb ‘changed’ by his England cerebral palsy squad heroes

By Gavin Caney

The former Norwich City youth and reserve chief has loved every minute of managing England’s cerebral palsy (CP) squad since January 2014. But he admits that guiding them through a home world championship at St George’s Park will be the highlight of his tenure so far.

Webb said: “It’s an England team and I wouldn’t have any more pride if I was managing the full national side like Roy Hodgson.

“For those players this is their England. It’s their national team and when I see the effort and desire they put in to try and be successful, you just can’t help but be touched by it.”

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