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Ken, 22, from Anfield, has been drafted into the England disabled football squad competing in the twoweek tournament in Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro, city, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro (rē`ō də zhänā`rō, Port. rē` thĭ zhənĕē`r next week.
Striker Ken was top scorer last season for Everton's mixed disabled team with more than 20 goals.
But a goalkeeping crisis in the national squad has opened the door for his first international cap - between the sticks.
All the disabled squad's outfield players must be leg amputees and the goalie has to be an arm amputee am·pu·tee
A person who has had one or more limbs removed by amputation. . Ken, from Salisbury Road Salisbury Road may refer to one of the following:
"The call came right out of the blue. My family are all made up, " admitted Ken, a computer worker with Littlewoods Leisure in Walton Hall Avenue.
His bosses have given him the fortnight off and a pounds 500 cheque towards personal expenses.
"It's fantastic of them - they could not have been more supportive, " said Liverpool fan Ken.
The Kop season ticket holder admits playing in the blue of arch rivals Everton is difficult: "It's painful every time I pull on the Everton shirt, but it is well worth it."