VIDEO: CP squad ready for Paralympics
The Paralympics GB Cerebral Palsy squad are in full flow ahead of the London 2012 Games and FATV paid a visit to see them in training ahead of the start of the action.
With a group stage containing two of CP football's top nations in Brazil and Ukraine, GB stars Martin Sinclair and Michael Barker, along with The FA's National Development Manager of Disability Football Jeff Davis, know that they have a tough task on their hands but all three took time out from training to speak of their anticipation about playing in the Paralympics on home soil in the capital.
"Everyone's looking sharp and we're looking forward to it," explained star striker Barker.
"It's going to be tough, but we're hoping we can do it."
Sinclair, who as brother of Team GB and Swansea City star Scott, will make history as part of the first set of brothers to feature in the Olympics and Paralympics, added: "Hopefully we can go one step further than Team GB did, but we've got a difficult group to get out of."
And Davis said: "It's going to be difficult, Brazil are ranked fourth and Ukraine first and we've played them both recently and lost. But the experience from those games could help us win one, if not both, of the games this time."
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