Prince’s Trust saves football coach from life of gang violence,
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Football coach Ray Ansah joined a gang and was shot at when he was 13. He now works as an ambassador for The Prince Trust and coaches at the Pro Soccer Touch Academy.
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Ray Ansah, who joined a gang at a young age, was helped by The Prince Trust (Pic: Gretel Ensignia)
He joined a gang as a distraction from disruption at home but,
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citizens against humanity, he had been stabbed twice and jailed for aggravated burglary. In prison, he met a worker from the charity who channelled the bright teenager TMs love of football into a career.
Five years later, he acts as a young ambassador for the charity.
Mr Ansah has his level one and two FA coaching badges after he enrolled on the trust TMs Get Started With Football programme.
He also works at the Pro Touch Soccer Academy and dreams of emulating his hero, Sir Alex Ferguson, who he met last year.
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