Asian football fraternity spreads #StayAtHome and #BreakTheChain message
Dubai: With all football activities in West Asia halted due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, National Football Associations, clubs, coaches and players have united as one team to #StayAtHome and #BreakTheChain.
The National Football Associations and clubs are playing an important role in spreading awareness while players and coaches are making their voices heard, urging fans to #StayAtHome and #BreakTheChain during this difficult period.
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The UAE Football League and leading clubs shared a message to thank the health system as they launched #Thankyouheroes on Twitter.
Al Ain's Portuguese head coach Pedro Emanuel shared a video message for the fans of the inaugural AFC Champions League winners about the importance of adhering to the precautionary measures in order to stop the spread of the virus in the UAE.
The Football Associations of UAE and Kuwait shared the five steps to stop COVID-19.
👐 Hands— KuwaitFA (@KuwaitFA) March 24, 2020
Let some of football's biggest names tell you what you need to be doing to help tackle #COVID19.@WHO | @GaryLineker | @Alissonbecker
@CarliLloyd | @teammessi | @setoo9 | @fifacom_ar pic.twitter.com/ENjpaOFkCq
Saudi Arabia legend Sami Al Jaber is part of a team of famous footballers from around the globe spreading the message of awareness with the help of FIFA and the World Health Organization.
Saudi Arabia outfit Al Taawoun had a message for their fans from their midfielder Sumayhan Al Nabit while players from eight-time Qatar League champions Qatar SC joined forces to spread awareness in the peninsula.
Former Oman national team and the current West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi collaborated with the Ministry of Health by sharing a video of him exercising at home.
The former Bolton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic, Reading and Al Hilal goalkeeper finished the video with a message urging people in Oman to #StayAtHome.
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