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Old 4th November 2023, 15.42:06   #1-0 (permalink)
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“Luckily I’ve got a place here where I’m loved and I love playing here,” Mullin says of Wrexham. “I give absolutely everything but the moment I come off that pitch and get home is when I’m really happy. It’s the time that I get to spend with Albi. I know football’s my job and my way of giving Albi a better life. Equally, it could all end tomorrow but I’d still have that happy little boy at home.”

Mullin is touched by the warmth and care that Wrexham’s owners, the actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, show Albi. “They’re genuine. They might be actors but they’re not acting. They really care for other people. I told Ryan and Rob my child’s name once during a conversation, a week later I was playing on the pitch after the game [with Albi, who’d come post-match], Ryan comes over and embraces me. My little boy’s being sick on the pitch. Ryan comes to help him, rubbing his back, which is another unbelievable touch. That’s what type of person Ryan is. I’m on the way home and he texts me, ‘How’s Albi doing?’ I’d only ever told him Albi’s name once. He really cares. Rob too.”

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/a...0c1dc09e2b1e12
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Generally comes across really well but thought the vaccine comment seems a little ill-advised.
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Generally comes across really well but thought the vaccine comment seems a little ill-advised.

It's a question lots of parents ask themselves when they sadly find themselves in the position Paul and his family find themselves in ..... I think he's just talking from the heart, giving his genuine views ......
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It's a question lots of parents ask themselves when they sadly find themselves in the position Paul and his family find themselves in ..... I think he's just talking from the heart, giving his genuine views ......
Exactly. As parents you question everything if something suddenly changed.
No one really knows if it's a contributing factor or not but everyone can still have an opinion.

But a very good article all the same
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Generally comes across really well but thought the vaccine comment seems a little ill-advised.
There has been lots of research which shows there is no link between the vaccine and autism.But most parents will look for reasons why there child has autism so it's understandable why the vaccine gets blamed
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Generally comes across really well but thought the vaccine comment seems a little ill-advised.
There has been lots of research which shows there is no link between the vaccine and autism.But most parents will look for reasons why there child has autism so it's understandable why the vaccine gets blamed as autism is often first noticed after the vaccine has been given
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Exactly. As parents you question everything if something suddenly changed.
No one really knows if it's a contributing factor or not but everyone can still have an opinion.

But a very good article all the same
I completely get that you'd question it and that's understandable, but there have been countless studies which have found no link between vaccines and autism whatsoever. I'm not looking to.haul him over the coals as I really like the guy and he's shone a light on autism in a positive manner. However, I'm just not sure it's something an ambassador for an autism charity should be suggesting.
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There has been lots of research which shows there is no link between the vaccine and autism.But most parents will look for reasons why there child has autism so it's understandable why the vaccine gets blamed as autism is often first noticed after the vaccine has been given
Yeah, I completely understand that you'd question everything. It's a natural instinct as a parent. Children with autism can regress though in terms of their development. It must be difficult when there's no obvious causation.
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There has been lots of research which shows there is no link between the vaccine and autism.But most parents will look for reasons why there child has autism so it's understandable why the vaccine gets blamed
It’s unfortunate timing at the very least that it happened right after a vaccine shot, but there’s no way of really being able to prove that was a trigger. Can’t really blame them for thinking that as a possibility though.
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