Tita Valdo, a member of Africa United, trains at Happy Valley pitch. He said football has been an immense help in him start a new life in Hong Kong. Edmond So
Tita Valdo, a member of Africa United, trains at Happy Valley pitch. He said football has been an immense help in him start a new life in Hong Kong. Edmond So

Hong Kong’s refugees and asylum seekers given lifeline through Africa United football club

  • ‘If they’re not here, they’re on the streets. And this is a much better place for them,’ says coach and former professional Julius Akosah
  • But the team faces massive hurdle when it comes to finances – ‘even simple things like water and access to gyms would help us so much’

Topic |   Asylum seekers in Asia
Tita Valdo, a member of Africa United, trains at Happy Valley pitch. He said football has been an immense help in him start a new life in Hong Kong. Edmond So
Tita Valdo, a member of Africa United, trains at Happy Valley pitch. He said football has been an immense help in him start a new life in Hong Kong. Edmond So
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