It brings out the hidden talents and athletic sides of me

  • 03 December 2020

"As a kid I was passionate about playing football, especially with my fellow school kids, but everything came to a standstill as a result of polio."

 

Lawal bin Muhammad was born on the 15th May 1979, in Salaga which is part of the Northern region of Ghana.

"At the age of ten years I became victim of Polio whilst just in my primary years. After a brief illness which lasted just three weeks, I was unable to stand on my feet. I was admitted to hospital where I was received treatment and undergoing a rehabilitation process, but couldn't walk. The rest is history."

Eight years down the line, crawling on the ground to move from one place to another, a fellow disabled friend advised him to try using a skate board to aid his mobility.

"That's when I started playing Skate Soccer. Playing Skate Soccer has impacted positively in my life through various ways such as it brings out the hidden talents and athletic sides of me. it has exposd me to different international TV stations like CNN, FIFA Tv, German Tv, Super Sports and DS TV. it has given me the opportunity to know and mingle with people of high profile in the society which I wouldn't have had the chance to meet."

"I am a student and also a Skate Soccer player."

Recent blogposts

  • Keru (čą´ă‚‹) - KICK A powerchair football documentary
    Keru (čą´ă‚‹) - KICK A powerchair football documentary
    • 13-09-2021

    "Nobody can stop them" "Nobody can best them" - Powerchair Football documentary movie DVD "Kick" has been released!

    Read more
  • Para Football teams up with EFDN to promote disability inclusion
    Para Football teams up with EFDN to promote disability inclusion
    • 08-09-2021

    The European Football Development Network (EFDN) is partnering with Para Football to bring knowledge, best practice and experience on football for persons with disabilities to its network members.

    Read more
  • Para Football and CAFE teaming up for access and inclusion
    Para Football and CAFE teaming up for access and inclusion
    • 01-09-2021

    Today Para Football and the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) are announcing our cooperation to raise awareness and empower disabled people/persons with disabilities/ within football and society.

    Read more

Contact Para Football

Want to contact Para Football, just click below to send us a message