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Swans stars Trundle and Routledge surprise 11 year old fan

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An 11-year-old boy has been chosen as the mascot for Swansea City's Boxing Day match.

Callum Williams was born with club feet and had to have both his legs amputated in June.

Staff at the city's Morriston Hospital are now customising his prosthetic legs using two shirts donated by Swansea City for his special day in front of thousands of fans.

Watch as Swans stars Wayne Routledge and Lee Trundle made a surprise visit to Callum, from Pontarddulais, during a rehab session at the hospital's artificial limb and appliance centre (ALAC).