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England supporter Paul Letters is on a mission to assist migrant staff see as much World Cup motion as possible in Qatar. 

Letters, who was left in a wheelchair after being disabled by a football injury, landed in Doha this week and he has already set about making the tournament higher for individuals who cannot afford it. 

“I get a free ticket because I’m in a wheelchair,” he explained. “So for this tournament, I’m attempting to help some migrant staff see among the games. I’ve got 10 games in the subsequent nine days – and I’m taking a migrant employee with me for five of them.

“There’s a porter from Kenya who loves football but can’t afford a ticket. There are two Ugandan security guards who’re in the same position. And I bumped right into a Nigerian guy yesterday who insisted on pushing me in every single place – though I prefer to do it myself.

“But he was just such a stunning, bubbly person. He likes Canada because he desires to emigrate there – so I even have invited him to the Canada versus Croatia game.”

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