Thai Boys Rescued From Cave Won't See World Cup Final Live Tonight

Jul 16, 2018, 00:35
Thai Boys Rescued From Cave Won't See World Cup Final Live Tonight

"They also thanked him and promised to be good boys", the health ministry said.

Some of the boys recorded messages of thanks to the people who rescued them, and to the world.

Twelve young footballers and their coach rescued from a Thai cave will be released from the hospital on Thursday, health officials said, offering psychological support and urging the group to avoid media interviews despite huge interest in their against-the-odds survival story.

Health officials deemed the boys and their coach mentally and physically fit to receive the news of Kunan's death on Saturday. Some of the boys appear to be crying in the photos.

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He added: 'We told them about the death of Navy Seal Kunan as part of the process of preparing the boys to go back home and to lead normal lives'.

The other boys, who spoke in Thai, echoed Adul's sentiments of gratitude and joy, and mentioned which foods they look forward to eating. One Thai Navy SEAL died trying to save the group. Saman was granted a posthumous promotion to lieutenant commander by King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun and given the royal decoration of Knight Grand Cross (first class) of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant, the SEALs said Saturday on their Facebook page.

France play Croatia in the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday, at 10pm in Thailand.

The 12 school boys and football coach who were rescued from a cave in northern Thailand where they had been trapped over two weeks will be released from the hospital next week, the authorities said on Saturday.

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The boys, aged 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach had planned to explore the Tham Luang cave complex for about an hour after soccer practice on June 23, but were trapped when a downpour flooded the tunnels.

The youngsters and their coach had been invited to the final of the 2018 World Cup by its organiser, Fifa, but had to decline on medical grounds.

The footage of the boys from a Saturday news conference shows them still wearing surgical masks, a safeguard against infection since the last of them was pulled from a cave on Tuesday after being trapped for nearly three weeks.

Around 4,000 volunteers are working to clean up the area around the now-infamous cave, which was battered by relays of rescuers, volunteers and news crews.

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They spent nine days in the dark, dank cave before being located by two British divers.