• Chris Thomas


Updated: Feb 25, 2019

In May 29, 2016, a few good men came together in “the Cage” to sign a historic agreement that will allow Filipino children to receive training from British experts whose mission is to spread the best of British football. Everything good happens in the cage. Children play and form friendships, master how to lose and embrace with humility how to win. Laughter abounds, yet players face the reality of pain, and defeat. A small space to hold big dreams. A patch of Hope in the centre of town

BusinessWorld, one of the Philippines' leading national broadsheets featured Welsh football icon Marc Lloyd Williams and his commitment in championing grassroots football development in Naga. Marc and his colleague, David Webb, are UEFA-B sport educators who represented partner Llandrillo Menai College, the first university partner of Football for Humanity.


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