Bobby Copping: the footballer whose life changed with one header

The 20-year-old Peterborough Girls normal supervisor was near the boys’s first group when his world was turned the other way up

A typical day for Bobby Copping begins with a 7.30am drive to gather “the rabbit”. He and his colleague who performs Peter Burrow, Peterborough United’s big-eared mascot, will then ship an energising presentation at a neighborhood college, earlier than Copping heads to London Highway stadium to barter sponsorship offers and make journey preparations for the ladies’s group.

The afternoon may convey one other college go to and extra admin, adopted by a night teaching session or two and a 90-minute on-line lecture as a part of his research towards a grasp’s in sports activities enterprise administration. “I’ve nearly finished my degree,” Copping says. “I’m general manager for Peterborough’s women’s team, under-14s manager, head of the club’s schools initiative, owner of the Bobby Copping Foundation and a mentor with League Football Education.”

Continue reading…The 20-year-old Peterborough Girls normal supervisor was near the boys’s first group when his world was turned upside downA typical day for Bobby Copping begins with a 7.30am drive to gather “the rabbit”. He and his colleague who performs Peter Burrow, Peterborough United’s big-eared mascot, will then ship an energising presentation at a neighborhood college, earlier than Copping heads to London Highway stadium to barter sponsorship offers and make journey preparations for the ladies’s group.The afternoon may convey one other college go to and extra admin, adopted by a night teaching session or two and a 90-minute on-line lecture as a part of his research towards a grasp’s in sports activities enterprise administration. “I’ve nearly finished my degree,” Copping says. “I’m general manager for Peterborough’s women’s team, under-14s manager, head of the club’s schools initiative, owner of the Bobby Copping Foundation and a mentor with League Football Education.” Proceed studying…Soccer | The Guardian