LCFC.Com: It Means Everything To Georgia To Be Part Of The Leicester City Family


Georgia, aged 10, has Rett Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects brain development and causes severe physical disability from early childhood, which means she is unable to talk or walk.

She has been coming to games at King Power Stadium with her family since the age of two, and David credits the Football Club for the work they’ve done in making her experience as enjoyable as possible.

He said: “I honestly don’t know where to start. The staff at Leicester City have been first class with us as a family, especially Jim Donnelly (Supporter Relations & Accessibility Manager). 

“They’ve been so accommodating of Georgia’s needs and have been really welcoming to us. Jim is brilliant and is just a lovely fella. He’s always there for us, even if we’ve got a little gripe, and will do his best to help us out. 

“I couldn’t ask more from the Club. We’re so proud to be associated with LCFC and I know it means the world to Georgia.”

Georgia with her mum and dad at Stamford Bridge when she was Leicester City’s mascot

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