Grotjongens ask for not too much homework

BANGKOK – The young Thai players who are stuck in a flooded cave have letters sent to their parents and neighbors. The coach of the football team has a letter apologized to the parents, reports the BBC.

It is the first time that they can contact their parents. The letters state that not to worry. “We are all strong.” Also ask the young people to food, including fried chicken and one asks his teacher to them not to much homework to give.

The 25-year-old coach, who with the twelve players locked up, wrote to the parents that all children make good, and they will be well treated by the rescuers. “And I promise that the children will take care of as well as I can. Thanks for anyone who offers help.” At the same time, he offered his apologies to.

The jeugdvoetbalteam disappeared on 23 June during a visit to the caves. Divers found the group only return this week. They are stuck on about 4 km away from the entrance.

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