Tripped-up Syrian refugee starts new Spain football life

Osama Abdul Mohsen (3rd L) poses with his sons Zaid (L) and Mohamed (2nd R), and the director of the Spanish football coaching school CENAFE, Miguel Angel Galan (2nd L) after arriving at Atocha train station in Madrid, on September 17, 2015The Syrian refugee football coach who made world headlines when a Hungarian camerawoman tripped him as he fled said on Thursday it felt “fantastic” starting a new life in Spain. Osama Abdul Mohsen, a former first division football trainer in Syria, was welcomed by a soccer coaching school in Madrid that has offered him a job. “Our first day in Madrid is very fantastic.

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