Football for the disabled
Friday August 22, 2014

Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament Abu Dhabi 2012 which occurred on April 1-7 will forever be in the annals of history as the first disabled football competition organised by the AFC.



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stuart_sharp_3x2Kuala Lumpur: The Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) has commended the AFC for being the first continental football confederation directly involved in the delivery of a cerebral palsy football event.



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cp_awards_3x2Abu Dhabi: Iran’s Binham Shoharabi and Jordanian Mustafa Farouk have won the Best Player Award and Best Goalkeeper Award respectively at the AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament UAE 2012 which concluded Saturday.



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cp_closing_3x2Abu Dhabi: Iran have become the champions after beating Korea Republic 2-0 on Friday and accumulating perfect 15 points in the AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament UAE 2012.



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cp6_aus_3x2Abu Dhabi: Australia finished runners-up in the AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament 2012 after beating Jordan 4-0 on Friday.



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cp6_sin_3x2Abu Dhabi: Singapore beat hosts UAE 10-3 on Friday and emerged as the third-place winners in the AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament 2012 in Abu Dhabi.



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cp5_kor_jor_3x2Abu Dhabi: Playing against table toppers Iran on the final day of matches Friday in the AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament UAE 2012 worries Korea coach Cho J-duck.

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cp5_aus_sin_3x2Abu Dhabi: Australia coach Paul Brown did not expect his team would have scored that many goals in their 8-0 win over Singapore in the AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament UAE 2012 on Thursday.

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