Video: Josh Windass and British Airways Surprise Young Fan Who Has Cerebral Palsy

Video: Josh Windass and British Airways Surprise Young Fan Who Has Cerebral Palsy

British Airways have joined forces with Rangers midfielder Josh Windass to make Christmas come early for a 12-year-old football fan with Cerebral Palsy.

Finlay Sangster was born 28 weeks premature and was diagnosed with the neurological condition shortly after his first birthday.

Despite having very little hand movement and being unable to press the buttons on the controller due to his disability, Finlay has always wanted to play a game of FIFA with his friends.

And thanks to BA, the youngster’s dream became a reality, as the airline rewarded Finaly’s bravery with a trip to London, to have a specialised Xbox controller built just for him.

To make Finlay’s Christmas all the more memorable, they also presented him with a signed Cristiano Ronaldo jersey and a heart-warming message from Gers skipper Lee Wallace.

Windass also had a role to play, as he surprised Finlay with his own Xbox:



Hats off to British Airways, Wallace and Windass for this, a truly amazing gesture!


Staff Editor

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