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Welsh Student With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome And Fibromyalgia Tells How Glyndwr Course Rekindled Football Coaching Dream

Tuesday 7 April 2020


From UK news outlet


Laura Davies
Laura Davies

Student with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia tells how Glyndwr course rekindled football coaching dream

4 April 2020
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A football coach has spoke of how studying at Wrexham Glyndwr University has helped her to deal with serious ill health.

Laura Davies, 24, from Chirk was a keen footballer as a child and played for the Wrexham Girls Academy until the age of 14 when she diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia.

She was told that she could no longer participate in physical activities.

“I started playing football at a really young age, when I was a kid, I was always outside playing football. I had such a passion for the sport, I used to play on the boys team in primary school,” Laura explained.

“When I was younger all I ever wanted to be was an athlete so that was a major blow. I spent a couple of years in and out of being bedridden and struggled to deal with my new life.”


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