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Timor-Leste has a message to the Filipinos cheering them to get a medal for SEA Games

The Vice President of the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of Timor Leste Vicente Carvalho da Silva, is glad to listen to that the Philippines can also be cheering for his nation to win a medal for the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.

Since the SEA Games began three days in the past, Timor-Leste just isn’t but getting a single medal within the SEA Games which made some Filipinos fear.

The weblog “Usap Usap University” informed Silva that Filipinos are sharing the flag of Timor-Leste “thousands of times on Facebook” and requested the previous on his opinion concerning the assist they’re being obtained from the residents of the host nation of 30th SEA Games.

According to Silva, he’s glad for the hospitality proven by the Philippines to Timor-Leste.

“I am very happy for your help,” De Silva stated who’s additionally the chef de mission of Timor-Leste for SEA Games.

“All of the Philippines’ hospitality for my country, Once again thank you very much for your help,” he added.

Just a few days in the past, Timor-Leste has gone viral on social media after Filipino netizens began to cheer them after seeing them that they’re the one nation participated within the 30th SEA Games that fail to get a single medal.

Netizens identified that SEA Games is about unity and never about having competitors with one another that’s why they’re additionally cheering for Timor-Leste to lastly have a medal.

“I’m a Filipino by heart and soul… I support my Filipino Athletes.. but one thing that captures my heart, its the fighting spirits of Timor-Leste (East Timor) that really showcase the true sportsmanship even without the medals, I admire they’re desire and passion to still play continuously,” netizen Wilven Allere stated.

“Together with the thousands of Filipino sports fans, We/I salute #TIMORLESTE Athletes and all those delegates & athletes from the 10 SouthEastAsia countries who compete with their heads up high and without complaints and play with their big hearts with a smile,” he added.

As of December 4, 2019, Timor Leste is within the final place, whereas the second to the bottom Lao PDR already bought 6 bronze medals.

Timor-Leste is the latest member of the SEA Games, solely debuted in 2003, one 12 months after it gained its independence.

In the 2017 SEA Games held in Kuala Lumpur, Timor-Leste bought a complete of three medals.


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