The Syrian refugee football coach who made world headlines when a Hungarian camerawoman tripped him as he wholesale guangzhou evergrande jerseys for sale fled said on Thursday cheap guangzhou evergrande jerseys free shipping it felt "fantastic" starting a new life in Spain.

Osama Abdul Mohsen, a former first division football trainer in Syria, was welcomed by a soccer coaching school in Madrid that has offered him a job.

He arrived in Spain late on Wednesday night with his sons Mohammad, 18 and Zaid, seven.

"Our first day in Madrid is very fantastic. I am very, very happy. Thank you," he told reporters on Thursday outside the apartment where he is being lodged in southern Madrid.

On arriving in the city late the previous night by train he said: "Thank you, Spain. I love Madrid, I love Spain. cheap guangzhou evergrande jerseys from china This is very important for my life."

On September 9 camerawoman Petra Laszlo was filmed tripping him as he fled with Zaid in his arms near the Hungarian border with Serbia.

Laszlo was fired from her job and later apologised, saying she "panicked".

Mohsen, who is 52 according to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, was brought to Spain by the CENAFE coaches' training school in the Madrid suburb of Getafe.Its president Conrado Galan called the incident at the border "a blessed trip-up".

He said Mohsen had "slept soundly" on his first night in Spain.

- 'Helping a fellow football coach' -It was reported after the tripping incident that Mohsen was formerly manager of Syrian first division side Al-Fotuwa.

Conrado Galan's brother Miguel Angel, the director of the school, reached out to Mohsen after reading that in a newspaper.


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