Video - Little Georgie Gibbs meets Gazza after he agreed to help them raise £60,000 for operation
The toddler suffers from spastic diplegic cerebral palsy and needs a selective dorsal rhizotomy to help her walk unaided.
Her family are trying to raise money to send Georgie to America for the operation.
On Monday (30/11) they were invited to meet Gazza before he appeared at Wolverhampton’s Civic Hall.
While posing for photographs with Georgie, from Worcester, Gazza was reprimanded by the toddler when he accidentally touched her walking frame. Georgie’s mum Clare, 41, said: “He (Gazza) was wonderful and very attentive to us and Georgie.
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