AZF Chief Hosts Guests For Traditional 'Ghabga' Dinner from The Gulf Times
One of them was US National Football League (NFL) player Husain Abdulla of the Kansas City Chiefs, who was part of the team that taught children some American football skills at Aspire Dome earlier this week.
To express his thanks, Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) chief executive Khalid Abdullah al-Sulaiteen welcomed the American football delegation and representatives of the American embassy in his house for the traditional "Ghabga" dinner.
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Walker, who plays for the New Orleans Saints, along with Diontae Spencer, who signed a rookie free agent contract with the St. Louis Rams, and Deon Anthony, who signed as a rookie free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs, were the leaders of the camp, which featured about a dozen college players who were giving instruction to about 100 campers, which were split into morning and afternoon sessions.
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