Khalida Popal of Afghanistan women’s football group players, back staff, and their families left Kabul. Also, on a departure flight on Tuesday. The Global football players’ union FIFPRO expressed gratitude toward the Australian government. For making the evacuation place for the athletes.
A group of 75, including women’s national group players. The back staff, and their families, were evacuated on a flight from Kabul. Then, on Tuesday they marking an “important victory” even Afghanistan is experiencing a crisis. After the government of Taliban’s takeover.
Global football players’ union FIFPRO are thankful. In the Australian government for making the evacuation of players. Also, for team officials, and family members conceivable. The work proceeding is to help more take off Afghanistan, concurring with the Associated Press.
The Afghan group was made in 2007. Also, in a nation where ladies playing a sport. As a political act of resistance against the Taliban.
Players had been reminding this month. To delete social media posts and photos of them with the group. Moreover, to assist and avoid revenge. Since the United States-backed Afghanistan government fell.
Earlier, Afghanistan national women’s group players. It had sought help after the Taliban took over the nation. Former captain Khalida Papal had expressed concern, fearing repercussions from the Taliban.
“These young women, both as athletes and activists, have been in a position of danger, and on behalf of their peers around the world we thank the international community for coming to their aid,” the union said in a statement.
“The last few days have been extremely stressful but today we have achieved an important victory,” former team captain Khalida Popal said.
Lastly, they have worked with authorities in six nations. Including Australia, the U.S., and the United Kingdom. Popal is among a group of FIFPRO lawyers and advisors. Also, to get athletes and their families on to evacuation records and flights for safety.