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Brain damaged footballer hopes for Paralympic place

11 December 2013 Last updated at 06:17 GMT

Former Birmingham City apprentice Jack Rutter has rebuilt his life after being left brain damaged following an attack in Gloucestershire.

The assault meant he had to give up his hopes of playing top flight football.

Having captained England Cerebral Palsy team, he hopes to captain the Great Britain side to glory at Rio Paralympics in 2016.

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