AFC’s #BreakTheChain campaign continues to receive inspiring support
Kuala Lumpur: Thailand and Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo’s winger Chanathip Songkrasin, Mongolia national team defender Tsedenbal Norjmoo as well as Palestine’s centre back Abdelatif Bahdari feature in the latest Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #BreakTheChain video.
More than 100 Asian stars as well as match officials and Member Associations have joined the #BreakTheChain public awareness campaign to spread the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidelines and share the inspiring message of hope and solidarity as an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
AFC President hails Asia’s ‘guiding lights’ as more than 100 stars pledge to #BreakTheChain
Kuala Lumpur: Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President, today thanked the 100 players, officials and match officials who have contributed to promote the World Health Organization’s (WHO) messaging during the current COVID-19 crisis.
The AFC President described the Member Associations, the players, officials and match officials, who have led the AFC’s #BreakTheChain campaign, as ‘guiding lights during these dark and challenging times.’
The 100th person to join the much-heralded campaign was Ali Mabkhout from the United Arab Emirates and the AFC has reached that number in just over 10 days – the first 50 signing up in just 48 hours to promote the messages of the highest standards of hygiene, social distancing and, where Governments have stipulated, staying at home.
#BreakTheChain reaches new milestone with 100 Asian icons joining the campaign
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #BreakTheChain campaign has reached a new landmark with 100 Asian stars lending their voice towards raising awareness in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
Philippines national team centurion James Younghusband fittingly joins the latest episode alongside Yan Junling of China PR and Morteza Pouraliganji of Islamic Republic of Iran, urging communities affected by COVID-19 to remain calm and patient.
AFC’s #BreakTheChain continues to gather overwhelming support
Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Republic of Iran and Persepolis legend Seyed Jalal Hosseini, Vietnam and Hanoi FC’s phenomenon Nguyen Cong Phuong as well as Palestine international Sameh Maraabeh feature in the latest Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #BreakTheChain video encouraging everyone to do their part in flattening the COVID-19 curve.
The public awareness campaign on the COVID-19 epidemic, which continues to receive overwhelming support from close to 100 players and officials, reiterates the call for unity in these unprecedented times and promotes the guidelines and best practices put in place by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Cho, Safawi and Paartalu call for unity in the latest AFC’s #BreakTheChain episode
Kuala Lumpur: Korea Republic Women’s team captain Cho So-hyun joins Malaysia and Johor Darul Ta'zim’s forward Safawi Rasid as well as Bengaluru’s midfielder Erik Paartalu in the latest Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #BreakTheChain public awareness campaign.
With almost 100 Asian stars lending their voices in the past two weeks, the highly engaging #BreakTheChain campaign continues to raise awareness in the fight against the spread of the current COVID-19 pandemic while sharing the latest health and personal hygiene guidelines by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Record-holder Almoez Ali joins AFC’s #BreakTheChain campaign
Kuala Lumpur: Qatar’s Almoez Ali, who broke the all-time AFC Asian Cup goalscoring record in 2019, is the latest star to voice his support and raise awareness on the COVID-19 pandemic alongside Persita Tangerang defender Tamirlan Kozubaev from Kyrgyz Republic and Suwon Samsung Bluewings midfielder Kim Min-woo of Korea Republic.
The trio join the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) family’s rallying call through the #BreakTheChain campaign, to encourage people from around the world to adopt and learn about the best practices to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Ryan, Wu and Jhingan latest to pledge support behind #BreakTheChain
Kuala Lumpur: Australia and Brighton & Hove Albion shot-stopper Mathew Ryan, China PR’s women’s team captain Wu Haiyan and India and Kerala Blasters’ defender Sandesh Jhingan are the latest Asian icons in the newly released #BreakTheChain video, which continues to highlight the need to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Millions of fans have been engaged through the Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #BreakTheChain series since its launch on March 26, 2020, with close to 100 Asian players and officials offering messages of solidarity in the public awareness campaign and emphasising the importance of standing by the World Health Organization’s guidelines.