Asian Football in Covid-19: At home, body hygiene and repel virus

From the top continental Asian Football platforms such as Korea, Japan, Australia to the countries not strong in this sport such as Laos, Cambodia all choose to postpone indefinitely the league. All the same, wish that the Covid-19 plague soon disappeared.

Asian Football in Covid-19: At home, body hygiene and repel virus. “breakthechain”
Asian Football in Covid-19: At home, body hygiene and repel virus. “breakthechain”

“Your health will always be our top priority, ”said Mr. Salman.

The president of the Asian Football Federation (AFC) Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa on March 22 sent the message of desire for health and safety to all members of the football community, of the continent.

“Each of us is under the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic and governments are also taking drastic action to minimize the impact of the disease on the community. Your health will always be our top priority, ”said Mr. Salman.

Besides that, the Asian football league leaders will base on the actual situation and the ability to control security, safety, COVID-19 epidemic prevention conditions to consult for the next rounds. Football is the spiritual food of the general public, but during the epidemic season, safety is the first priority.

Latest, AFC has officially broadcast the message to carry out the Asian Football campaign “#BreakTheChain“. This is a program that calls for the sense of discipline of the whole community, striving to work at home, personal hygiene and a sense of social distance.

This AFC campaign continues to receive significant support from the Member League, with more than 70 countries. Highlights of the show include FIFA Vice President and Chinese Football Federation Vice President Sun Wen, Indian football legend Bhaichung Bhutia and Sunil Chhetri, Korean football star Ji So Yun. They all said, “We have to take action to disrupt the spread of the virus, affecting our family and friends.”

AFC's "#BreakTheChain" campaign was launched and supported by Asian players to raise public awareness about the prevention of Covid-19.
AFC’s “#BreakTheChain” campaign was launched and supported by Asian players to raise public awareness about the prevention of Covid-19.

Exemplary images of top superstars to influence the consciousness of Asian fans

Besides public the viral message “breakthechain”, the AFC home page also guides exemplary images of top superstars to influence the consciousness of Asian Football fans like Iniesta. Former captain of Spain national team, famous club Barcelona and currently holding the captain’s armband at Vissel Kobe (Japan) posted a training challenge at home with his wife Anna Ortiz and children to send to everyone.

In Korea, some K-League clubs broadcast their training sessions live so their home fans can watch them, a way to use their free time but still know about their team. favorite.

And player Adam Le Fondre (Australia) has tried his best with a new career: teacher. The Sydney FC player encourages everyone to study online, seeming to be similar to what Do Hung Dung of Vietnam is learning English at home.

In Thailand, the most famous footballers of the Golden Temple country have also acted very specifically to prevent disease. Thai Football Federation President (FAT) Somyot and former national team coach Kiatisuk have officially called for contributions to invest in medical equipment for medical teams and doctors at the front line against epidemics.

Asian Football, FAT Chairman also announced that he will lower 50% of the salary of all employees, including the Nishino coach and assistant team.
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