The head coach of the Moo Pa (Wild Boars) team, which included the 12 footballers who were trapped in a cave in Thailand's Chiang Rai province, told The Straits Times yesterday that their rescue meant he would finally be able to sleep peacefully.
Mr Nopparat Khanthavong said in a telephone interview: "I am relieved and I am happy with the successful rescue mission. For the last few nights, I didn't get restful sleep, but tonight will be the best sleep for me." He said he had not been able to see the boys and was not at the hospital yesterday evening.
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