We have lots of news on AFC Liverpool, the premier league and changes to the world of football. Another group of seven disabled AFC Liverpool fans and their helpers were welcomed to the training ground at The Club. The Disability Liaison team often choose from the disabled season ticket owners seven lucky names. They are allowed to look around the ground, watch a whole training session with a champion footballer and the coaching crew taking the first team squad through their steps. After that they go back to the club house and have a good lunch, followed by shaking hands with several players who come for the photos and autograph signing.
Elsewhere, a fantastic initiative is being released in conjunction with the Wigan Learning Disability Partnership Board and Wigan Athletic Football Club and also alongside Wigan Warriors Rugby League Club. The initiative will allow supporters with a disability to watch matches with their fellow supporters.
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