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World Thai cave boys, coach invited to Spain to see football 'heroes'

06:06  12 july  2018
06:06  12 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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  Boys lost in Thai cave to be taught how to dive Twelve boys and their football coach who are trapped in a Thai cave will be given four months of food and taught how to dive. The group was trapped in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave complex in Chiang Rai province for 10 days before being found by British rescuers.They were reached after a huge international rescue effort, with the underground cave network having been partially flooded by monsoon rains.But, since they were found, the question has been how to get them out through the underwater cave system, as they are about 2.5 miles from the entrance.

Thai boys and coach during their time in the cave . Spain ’s La Liga football league has invited the schoolboy team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand to come watch a game once they have recovered from their ordeal to meet their “ heroes .”

Spain 's La Liga football league has invited the schoolboy team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand to come watch a game once they have recovered from their ordeal to meet their " heroes ." In this article: Football La liga Russia 2018 Spain Thai cave boys Thailand World Cup.

Thai students smile as they hold pictures of 12 boys and their fooball coach at a school in front of hospital where the boys rescued after being trapped in a nearby cave for 18 harrowing days have been brought for observation in Chiang Rai.© Provided by AFP Thai students smile as they hold pictures of 12 boys and their fooball coach at a school in front of hospital where the boys rescued after being trapped in a nearby cave for 18 harrowing days have been brought for observation in Chiang Rai. Spain's La Liga football league has invited the schoolboy team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand to come watch a game once they have recovered from their ordeal to meet their "heroes."

"When the time is right, and everyone involved is ready I'd personally like to invite the children and the coach to attend a La Liga match" in Spain, president Javier Tebas said in a statement Wednesday.

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Madrid (AFP) – Spain ’s La Liga football league has invited the schoolboy team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand to come watch a game. La Liga said it wanted the 12 boys and their football coach , who form the Wild Boars soccer squad, to “watch many of their football heroes in action in

Twelve boys and their football coach trapped in a flooded Thai cave for nine days were "found safe" late July 2, in a miracle rescue after days of painstaking searching by divers. Dom is the team captain and has been invited to trials by a number of professional clubs in Thailand .

"We'd like to host them and share with them the joy football can give, and I hope this gesture can help after the events of the last few weeks."

La Liga said it wanted the 12 boys and their football coach, who form the Wild Boars soccer squad, to "watch many of their football heroes in action in person."

The boys were trapped for more than two weeks after setting off to explore a cave complex in northern Thailand and getting caught by rising floodwaters.

One of the boys was wearing a Real Madrid t-shirt.

La Liga said it had messaged all its clubs to invite them to participate.

'He’s the one I trust': Coach praised as 'real hero' in Thai cave saga

  'He’s the one I trust': Coach praised as 'real hero' in Thai cave saga As parents implore people not to blame the soccer coach who accompanied 12 boys into a cave, one of his former players has heaped praise on the 25-year-old.Tham Luang: A close friend of some of the Thai soccer players trapped in the Tham Luang cave has declared the “real hero” of the saga that has riveted Thailand and gripped the world is the team’s coach, 25-year-old Ekaphol "Ake" Chantawong.

Spain ’s La Liga football league has invited the schoolboy team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand to come watch a game once they have recovered from their ordeal to meet their “ heroes .” La Liga said it wanted the 12 boys and their football coach , who form the Wild Boars soccer squad

"When the time is right, and everyone involved is ready I'd personally like to invite the children and the coach to attend a La Liga match" in Spain , president Javier Tebas said in a statement Wednesday. The boys were trapped for more than two weeks after setting off to explore a cave .

FC Barcelona responded Wednesday it had invited the team to a match at its Camp Nou stadium in April and to take part in a gathering in the Spanish city of more than 2,000 youngsters from the club's football academies around the world.

Football's world governing body FIFA had invited the Wild Boars to Sunday's World Cup final in Moscow, but they remain too weak to come and must stay in hospital to make sure they have no infections.

Two of them are being treated for symptoms of pneumonia.

The last of the group was finally extracted on Tuesday after a painstaking and dangerous international rescue mission led by Thai Navy SEALs.

The boys received support from people as varied as US President Donald Trump, football star Lionel Messi or US technology entrepreneur Elon Musk.

Thailand's cave boys to be discharged from hospital next week .
Twelve Thai boys rescued from a flooded cave in northern Thailand will be discharged from hospital next week, health minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn said on Saturday. © REUTERS TV A screen grab shows boys rescued from the Thai cave wearing mask and resting in a hospital in Chiang Rai The last group of the 12-member "Wild Boars" soccer team and their coach was brought out of the Tham Luang cave, near the border with Myanmar, on Tuesday night, safely ending a dangerous rescue and evoking international relief and joy.

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