"I know our supporters will unite behind us and together we can get him the treatment he needs to get better."More news stories from around YorkshireToby, who lives in Osmondthorpe, Leeds, became ill at Christmas and on his fourth birthday in January, his family was told he had a stage four neuroblastoma tumour. Doctors told him he would need intense chemotherapy and radiotherapy as well as an operation to remove the main tumour on his kidney. What is neuroblastoma?
Once again an adorable child has reminded us that people are capable of anything. SEE ALSO: Transgender footballer could be the first to play in women's Australian rules league Twitter user Hullablue took his daughter to a semi-professional football game near Leeds, UK on Saturday, and got this snap of the little bean being inspired by an assistant referee. That's such a brilliant photo. — Garforth Town AFC (@TheGarforthTown) October 14, 2017 Consequently, Hullablue fleshed out the story with