I was hurting everywhere because of the match but I still was feeling so great and my pulse was racing. Build up your Halloween Watchlist with our list of the most popular horror titles on Netflix in October. See all episodes from At Home With Colin Murray, Colin Murray talks to some of the biggest names in sport in a unique setting, Sorry, this episode is not currently available. We were smuggled to Pakistan, then travelled to Italy with fake passports and from there, smuggled into Denmark behind trucks.” The future pro discovered girls playing football in their refugee camp and was hooked, shaking off her mindset that girls cannot participate in sports. Written by PSG's Nadia Nadim: 'I know the value of helping a person when they have no hope'. The main goal was to be walking, talking, kicking proof that their current circumstances are temporary – and that they, too, could leave and succeed. To be driving at 140mph, plus whilst twice the drink-drive limit is taking an extremely high risk", Manchester United great Rio Ferdinand identifies difference between Marcus Rashford and Kylian Mbappe. Colin talks to Danish international footballer Nadia Nadim about her journey from Afghanistan to Paris Saint-Germain, via Denmark, the USA, and Manchester. Life for her at the refugee camps was simple; go to school from 9 am to 1 pm, the time after was theirs to do whatever it is they wanted. It is work for which Nadim is equipped because her compassion runs even deeper than her confidence. , Nadim explains how she felt when discovering football.

She visited in her capacity as a goodwill ambassador for the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) with the aim of meeting Kakuma Stars, the newly formed girls football team made up of young women, just some of the 200,000 inhabitants from Sudan, the Congo, Somalia and other regions who live in the camp. Her efforts were recognised when she was named UNESCO Champion for Girls’ and Women’s Education in 2019.
The documentary follows Nadia Nadim, who came to Denmark as a refugee from Afghanistan at the age of 11, and later became a National Team Player, and a pending degree as a plastic surgeon. “I’m extremely grateful for everything because of my background.

As a girl, Nadia Nadim could only play soccer ­inside the walls of her garden. I’m going to do my best to have a better future and an even better day tomorrow.”, Available for everyone, funded by readers.

We have moved from the way her life “changed in the blink of an eye” when the Taliban stopped her going to school at the age of 11 and then murdered her father. “I’m sitting among all these beautiful ladies from around the world and everyone starts sharing their stories about what they had to overcome to play football. As the first every player with a foreign background to represent Denmark, she got nicknamed "The Danish Zlatan". “I’ve experienced that as well,” Nadim says. Nadim is at home with her family in Denmark, finding solace and hope in lockdown life while reflecting on a past like no other. “I’m only 32 but I feel like I’ve experienced a lot more, like 200 years of life, in bad ways and good ways,” Nadia Nadim says near the end of an hour‑long conversation that has been more exhilarating than sobering. She means this literally, too: as a child, she got into many fights because the local kids were rude to her. Join to Connect.

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In 2009, she became the first foreign-born player to play football in the Danish national team. With Michael Kallbäck, Nadia Nadim. The documentary follows Nadia Nadim, who came to Denmark as a refugee from Afghanistan at the age of 11, and later became a National Team Player, and a pending degree as a plastic surgeon. This is humanity, these people are in need.” How can we heal some of our current social divisions? Furthermore, she goes on to say that there’s progress and that more people are open to supporting their daughter’s dreams of playing football. Nadia Nadim talks to Colin about her journey from Afghanistan to Paris Saint-Germain. Be less selfish and show compassion. Nadim is Muslim, and speaks eleven languages (Danish, English, Spanish, French, German, Persian, Dari, Urdu, Hindi, Arabic and Latin).

In 2014, she moved to the United States’ National Women’s Soccer League to play for Sky Blue FC before joining Portland Thorns FC, where last season she was the team’s top goal scorer, helping the club secure the 2016 NWSL Shield. It’s crazy. Nadim playing up front for Paris Saint-Germain. “I’m a fighter to the bone and it takes a lot to get me down,” she reflects.

They were due to face Arsenal last month. He completed his specialist orthopaedic training at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford which is a world-renowned centre of excellence. Nadim will see out the remainder of the current season with her current club in the US, before joining up with her new teammates in Manchester in January. “Before I fly home to Paris this weekend, I’m having a football camp for girls. It made me tear up. They’re just in the background – ‘These poor kids in Africa or Afghanistan.’ No one really cares. Finally, Nadim has plans for after her playing career. If everyone has that mindset, we can achieve a lot and slowly change the world.”. Harlow Dental Surgery. “It’s crazy!

“Being a doctor someday in Afghanistan or somewhere in Africa with Doctors Without Borders, you are someone’s last hope and I'll be making a difference.”, The coronavirus’s devastating global impact means that World Refugee Day on 20 June is arguably more important and urgent this year than ever before. He could do everything.

On the other hand I’m sad because for the majority of my life I haven’t experienced my dad. As the first every player with a foreign background to represent Denmark, she got nicknamed "The Danish Zlatan". She fled her war torn homeland, being trafficked into Europe with her mother and four sisters 17 years ago when she was just 12-years-old. Someone’s face can be blown up and it’s hard for them to exist. The professional footballer Nadia Nadim tells Felicia Pennant why racism and the Taliban have never held her back.
“We had to leave because of the war.

This episode was recorded before the coronavirus pandemic affected Europe. Rebuilding a face or a limb after a car crash or bombing requires delicate work amid devastation. Nadia Nadim is not as anyone else playing for the Danish national team. Visit the PSG Talk Podcast Network page and subscribe to PSG Talking, The 1970, … Kylian Mbappe is world class but Marcus Rashford outshone the Frenchman as Man Utd beat PSG. She speaks seven languages fluently and is one semester from graduating as a reconstructive surgeon.