Friday, July 20, 2018
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Afghans hammer Pakistan 28-0 in deaf football

Afghan deaf footballers scored 28 goals against Pakistani teams who failed to make even a single as their three-match series ended on Monday.
The three teams Afghans faced were Peshawar, Lahore and Punjab respectively from 23rd to 25th April.

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Source: 1TV Afghanistan

Griffon Notebook: Andrews, U.S. Deaf Soccer prepare for World Cup

By Thom Hanrahan

US Deaf SoccerMissouri Western’s Sydney Andrews is about to switch from black and gold to red, white and blue.

The U.S. Deaf Women’s National Soccer Team — including the Griffons senior — is in St. Joseph this week for training sessions before heading to the Deaf World Cup in June in Italy.

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Source: St. Joseph News-Press

Football coach takes on new national challenge

A Bedfordshire-based football coach has been appointed team manager for the England Men’s Deaf Team.

Mike Nolan’s new role with the England squad is the latest stage of a journey that started with completing the FA Level 1 coaching course at Beds FA.

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Source: Bedford Today

Deaf futsal festival welcomes local hearing players

The fourth "Deaf Futsal Festival 2016" was sponsored by the West Japan Deaf Soccer Association in Suzuka-shi, Mie Prefecture in western Japan on April 16, in which about 100 people participated.

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Source: Topics on Deaf Japan

Deaf footballers pick up silverware in Liverpool

Belfast Deaf United’s Under-16s are still on cloud nine after winning a major national tournament.

They were among seven teams to take part in the finals of the National Deaf Children’sSociety’s youth football tournament (Northern section) in Liverpool.

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Source: News Letter

Carlisle City Deaf FC: Cumbria’s First Deaf Football Club

Carlise City Football Club19-year-old Thomas Rhodes has set up Cumbria’s first deaf football club.

Having noticed the need for deaf representation in this part of the country, Thomas wasted no time in trying to implement change by himself.

“I decided to set up a team in late February because there are many deaf players from Cumbria wanting to be involved in football but the closest team is Sunderland Deaf AFC which means it takes a lot of time and travelling,” former Sunderland player Thomas said.

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Source: Cumbrian Football

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