The news emerged earlier today that all 12 boys and their football coach had been rescued.
AFTER 18 DAYS all 12 boys and theirÂ football coach trapped in a flooded Thai cave have been rescued following an astonishing rescue mission.
In Thailand, Narongsak Osatanakorn, whoÂ leadÂ the rescue operation of the Wild Boar soccer team and its coach spoke to the media after the news broke that the last boys were out safely.
The President and First Lady of the United States both took to Twitter to praise the efforts of the rescue teams involved, following suit of other worldÂ leaders.
The football team were all invited by FIFAÂ to attend the World Cup final this weekend but under doctorâ€™s orders, they will have to miss out.
But they have plenty of future trips in the pipeline with Manchester United inviting the boys to Old Trafford and Man City footballer Kyle Walker looking for an and address to send some jerseys to.
While there was plenty to celebrate, FA Thailand also paid tribute to Saman Kuman, an ex-Navy SEAL diver that died after he brought the team oxygen.
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