In 2006,due to injury, Munir decided to teach taekwondo. His passion for sport shines through his teaching and is an inspiration to all. He always finds time to help everyone despite working 9-5. He prepares students physically for TKD tests, and mentally for school exams with the support they require to realise their full potential and give them confidence. His encouraging nature, positivity and smile are infectious and he is greatly admired. He ensures every student acquires the skills of a leader whilst teaching discipline and respect and making them admirable citizens. Training and dedication saw him through the hardest time of his life. He teaches students how to get through tough experiences faced during life, through sport. In 2010,he had an operation but he still came back on crutches to ensure the students didn't miss training. His dream was to fight in the 2012 Olympics, but due to his injuries, he is not able to. He still longs to be part of the 2012 Olympics albeit not as a competitor but as a torchbearer. He is one of the unsung heroes who deserve to be recognised for their input into the sporting community. He is a talented athlete with a promising future. He deserves it for not only being a fantastic coach but an amazing person with a zest for life and we count ourselves incredibly lucky to have found him as our teacher and friend. If he is selected to be a torchbearer, it would be the ultimate way of showing him that his help doesn't go unrecognised and we appreciate EVERYTHING.