"Ι want to help the Greeks that hepled us. By traveling I saw the beauties of your country and met people that gave us food and water in order to help us. Zaid keeps the present from a Greek friend in his room in our new home in Spain" said Osama Mohsen.
"We experienced a lot of difficult moments in Hungary. The army of the country collected us and their behaviour was really bad. They beat some refugees. I was walking with my son in my hug and a soldier started to chase us. I ran and I heard screams and I was down. I thought that a soldier had knocked me down. Three days later, I watched the video in Germany and I saw that a woman had kicked me. I couldn't believe it. I collapsed when I realised what had really happened".
The Spanish Manager Club offered him a home and a job: "It would be a dream to work for a Spanish team. But it's too early . I have to learn the language and prove my worth. I wish Murinho was stll here, he is my idol. The thing that matters right now is for my wife with my other two children to come in Spain. I think of them becoming sick and I can'e be there. Procedures have been started but they can last two or three months. I work in the Club office in the mornings and I hope I can send money to my wife".
Mohsan was asked about the last weeks: "I left my city because of war. I didn't want to see my family die. We could survive the bombing but not without water and food. I am lucky to be alive with my children. We could have been dead in this trip with other refugees. Football saved our lives and gave us a second chance. I can only be grateful for this".