One-armed goalkeeper, Wayde Drew, 13, at a training session with Saxton FC in Leeds, West Yorks, March 23 2022. A missing a limb is no obstacle for a football mad young lad who plays in GOAL - despite being born without his left forearm. See SWNS story SWLEgoal. Super keeper Wayde Drew has become a regular keeper with Saxton FC despite being born without part of his lower arm after his mum caught swine flu during her pregnancy. The 12-year-old, from Leeds, Yorks., has previously struggled to get match time in his favoured position as kids at his school thought he would be “rubbish”. But Wayde has shown he can be as good as any other young footballer after his community team gave him the chance to play in his favoured position. And following his impressive performances, his teammates at Saxton FC are now helping the “amazing” lad to fundraise £13,000 for a new bionic limb.