Centre 'got me to Homeless World Cup'
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Oasis refugee centre 'got me to Homeless World Cup'

A refugee who fled Uganda represented Wales at the Homeless World Cup with the help of a Cardiff drop-in centre.

Phillip Latigo, 31, came to the UK in August 2015 and with the help of Oasis Cardiff, he has completed training to allow him to carry on his career as a youth football coach.

He helped set up a football team and through its involvement with the Street Football Wales league in Newport he was selected to represent Wales at the Homeless World Cup in Glasgow in July.

He said it was an "amazing" experience.

  • 19 Nov 2016
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