Kelly, who his mother described as a ‘very outgoing young man,’ has had multiple operations, including almost a days worth of surgery on his back, to straighten his spine from scoliosis.Kathy could not be reached for an additional comment. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A GoFundMe campaign is looking to help afford a new motorized wheelchair for a young man with cerebral palsy.The fundraiser has $150 of its $90,000 goal, as of Monday.Kathy Kruk Fuller, who started the campaign, says the motor in the wheelchair her son Kelly uses has been quitting in the last few months, leaving him stranded wherever he is.- Advertisement -“This stops Kelly from being able to go outside and do the things he enjoys doing,” she wrote in the description of the campaign. “He cannot go anywhere especially by himself just in case his chair quits.”She says she hopes she will be able to get a new wheelchair with a better seat system and can allow Kelly to stand up in it, as well.“He needs a reliable chair to get him around and help him to be more independent again,” she said.Advertisement
The referee, who had already announced plans to retire this summer, appealed in an attempt to return before the end of the season.The move backfired on Friday however as the French Football Federation appeals commission doubled the punishment to six months.The verdict means that Chapron, who is 45, may never again officiate a French league match.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Referee Tony Chapron showing a red card to Nantes’ Diego Carlos after tackling the player, for which he has been banned for six months © AFP / LOIC VENANCEPARIS, France, Mar 23 – French referee Tony Chapron’s ban for tackling a player in a Ligue 1 game was doubled on Friday as he lost his appeal, according to sources close to the disciplinary process.Chapron was banned for three months for kicking Diego Carlos, a Nantes player, during a game against Paris Saint-Germain in mid-January.