Children draw pictures of football club’s players, chair, as artwork hung in team locker room
Turkish children with disabilities surprised Super Lig team Trabzonspor with drawings as part of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Tuesday.
Mutluluk bulaşıcıdır. Gözlerinizdeki ışık, yüzlerimizde kocaman bir gülüşe dönüştü. 💫 Sevdamızın güzel ve özel çocuklarına teşekkürlerimizle… #TrabzonsporAilesi ❤💙#ÇünküBizKocamanBirAileyiz pic.twitter.com/qThAwDHGpq
— Trabzonspor Kulübü (@Trabzonspor) December 3, 2019
Trabzonspor posted a video on Twitter showing disabled children drawing pictures of football team players and club chairman Ahmet Agaoglu as their artwork was hung in the team’s locker room in the club’s campus.
It also showed that these enlarged versions of the drawings were hung in the players’ locker room.
Players were unaware of this as they were pleasantly surprised by the pictures in the dressing room.
Trabzonspor thanked the disabled kids on Twitter for their kind gesture.
The UN General Assembly proclaimed Dec. 3 as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in 1992 with the aim to highlight the difficulties and problems of people with disabilities.