Celtic-daft boy waiting for heart transplant delighted after Rangers send signed ball

Celtic daft boy who defied medical odds and is now waiting for a heart transplant was delighted to receive backing from rivals Rangers recently in the form of a signed football.

Little Dáithí Mac Gabhann, five, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome – a heart defect which means only half the organ works.

Daithi, from Ballymurphy, west Belfast, was flown to London after he was born where he underwent open heart surgery when he was just four days old.

Medics told his devastated parents Máirtín Mac Gabhann, 31, and Seph Ní Mhealláin, 26, he only had a ten per cent chance of survival and asked if they would like to withdraw his life support. Full Story Here

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