3Novices:Hong Kong’s all-African refugee football team helps players tackle their off-pitch problems, but endure hostility and racism on the field

Many foreigners after spending seven years in Hong Kong apply for permanent residency. Bidjoua Eustache-Hauvelith, meanwhile, is still waiting for his application for asylum to be processed. The Democratic Republic of Congo native is living in “a prison without walls”, he says with palpable exasperation. He has freedom of movement in the city, but his life is going nowhere.
So Eustache-Hauvelith finds sanctuary on the football pitch, where he coaches All Black FC, Hong Kong’s…
June 12, 2017 at 10:01AM
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