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One in a million...Danny Jarvis

Posted on 22 March 2010  - 12:00

To mark Tottenham Hotspur Foundation reaching the milestone of creating over one million life changing opportunities for people in our communities, we profile four of the people whose lives have been touched and for whom our work was life-changing...

One in a million...Danny Jarvis

To mark Tottenham Hotspur Foundation reaching the milestone of creating over one million life changing opportunities for people in our communities, we profile four of the people whose lives have been touched and for whom our work was life-changing...

Danny Jarvis - Aged 33

Lifelong Spurs fan Danny has Cerebral Palsy and is a wheelchair user as a result - but his disability has not stood in his way of becoming an FA qualified Football Coach at the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.

One of the country's pioneers in Powerchair Football, Danny was the vice-captain of the England team that went on an inaugural tour of Japan in 2002.

And having previous coached at the Aspire Centre for Spinal Injuries in Stanmore, Danny joined the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation as a part-time coach in 2006 and works in a range of the disability sports programmes run throughout the local community.

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