Erbil's success away from home

The AFC Cup final features Erbil, the Iraqi football club forced to play away from home.


    Erbil, the Iraqi football club, will take on Kuwait's Qadsia in the final of the AFC Cup.

    The match should've been played in Iraq but has been moved to Dubai due to security concerns.

    Erbil's journey to the final has been impressive given the fact that they have been forced to play away from home due to the situation in Iraq.

    Andy Richardson reports from the Erbil camp in Dubai.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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