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The Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organization is a Budapest based humanitarian organization that was created in 1992. The vision of the founder, Mr. Gibril Deen, is to fight for the rights of migrants and refugees, to combat racism and discrimination against foreigners and to encourage at all levels social inclusion in our community.

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African Stars Football Team PDF Nyomtatás E-mail

Budapest, March 13

Here we are; at the beginning of the championship, which will see our African Stars Football Team working hard until June.

 

Unfortunately the first step has not been positive; Saturday March 13 African Stars Football Team has suffered loss against the TFSE, the University of Physical Education Team for 7 to 0.

Problems in the defense of the Team did not allowed to contrast the propulsive attack of the TFSE, which after 20 minutes of game signed the first goal, suddenly followed by the second one.

Incapable to react the African Stars Football Team suffered the pressure of the rival that no one moment lost the concentration and determination finalizing the third goal at the 30th minute of the game.

Tension emerged within the Team resulting in two penalties which led to the red card to the goalkeeper. In a situation of minority with 10 players against 11 the African Football Team suffered the 4th goal at the end of the first time.

The interval was not enough to calm the tensions within the Team and to generate determination in reversing the result.

The game continued to be played in the African Stars Football Team half-field, with the constant stress from the TFSE. Too much penalties and offside characterized the game of the Team, which waste the few opportunities it tried to build for making goal.

Exploiting the nervousness in the African Stars players the TFSE managed to be the only protagonist of the match, finalizing two goals just at the beginning of the second time and the 7th one at the end of the match.

Sunday March 21 the African Stars Football Team is called to contend with Kispesti Amatőr Team; hopefully the first match it will be useful to identify the challengers the Team has to resolve and the importance to be a Team, not only on the paper, rather and moreover on the field.

The presence of supporters for sure it will help our Team to feel stronger and more determinate. We are waiting for all of you.

Within the SPIN Project Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organization shall be very grateful to share with you the report of the first match African Stars Football Team played the March 13, 2015.