Thailand - The last four football players and their coach were finally released - after more than two weeks - from the submerged Tham Luang cave. On Sunday and yesterday eight boys were taken out of the cave. An overview of the Moo Pa - Wild boars football team that was stuck in the cave complex since 23 June. From the first findings of the doctors it is relatively good with the rescued boys and their coach.
Chanin Vibulrungruang (11)
The 11-year-old Chanin is the benjamin of the team. He started playing football four years ago, then he joined the football club at his school. Then he was asked to become a member of the football team 'The Wild boars'.
Panumas Sangdee (13)
Skillful and very large. That is how his coach described him. Last week the boy wrote in a note to his parents that he was well taken care of by the Thai marines.
Ekarat Wongsukchan (14)
Ekarat promised to help his mother in her shop if he were to be released from the cave.
Duganpet Promtep (13)
Duganpet is the captain of the team. "Players in the square need a captain like him, because a coach can not always get through to the team to solve problems", head coach Nopparat Kantawong told BBC a few days ago. The 13-year-old football talent was already noticed by various professional teams.
Somepong Jaiwong (13)
"Pong is a cheerful boy. He loves football, but also of every sport. His dream: playing for the national team of Thailand ", his teacher Manutsanun Kuntun told the AFP news agency.
Adul Sam-on (14)
Adul is not only a football talent, but also a language miracle. The boy, who was born in Myanmar, fluently speaks Burmese, Chinese and English. The teenager was the only one who could talk with the British divers.
Pipat Pho (15)
In a letter to his parents, the footballer wrote that he would like to eat roast pig or roasted chicken on his return.
Nattawut Takamrong (14)
"Do not worry," he wrote in a letter to his parents. "Mom and Dad are not angry with you and do not blame you," his parents wrote back.
Peerapat Sompiangjai (17)
The boy disappeared on the day of his birthday. According to some sources, the football team had a lot of snacks to celebrate Peerapat's birthday. The food was eventually used to survive in the cave. That writes BBC.
Pornchai Kamluang (16)
"Do not worry, I am very happy," he wrote in a letter to his parents.
Prajak Sutham (15)
"He is a smart and quiet boy". That was what his family told him about it.
Mongkol Booneiam (13)
Not only a good footballer, but also a diligent student. His father Thinnakorn Boonpiem told AFP that his son is a "good boy" who likes to study.
Ekkapol Chantawong (25)
The 25-year-old coach of the football team took the boys to the cave complex for a walk. The twenties felt guilty and wrote a letter in which he wrote that he regretted his decision. "I promise you that I will take care of the boys as well as I can. Thanks for all the help. The rescue team takes good care of us ", the letter said.