BBC Sport - England's Cerebral Palsy team target World Championships glory
England's CP team target World glory
- From the section Disability Sport
England Cerebral Palsy team captain Jack Rutter is leading from the front as his side look to go all the way in the World Championships at St George's Park in Burton.
Rutter, 24, was a promising teenage defender at Birmingham City when a night out in 2009 ended in an unprovoked attack which left him with a fractured skull.
Six years later and Rutter has overcome some "dark moments" to take part in the biggest disability football event England has ever seen, largely thanks to the East Midlands Cerebral Palsy Centre of Excellence in Nottingham.
BBC East Midlands Today's Natalie Jackson visited the National Football Centre to hear his story.