Sajjad Al Swaiedi, right, and Coach Fawad Saheb-Khan. “We had skills but we didn’t know how to use (them),” says Sajjad. “Then (coach) showed us the right way. He’s a great man. He helps us a lot.”
Sajjad Al Swaiedi, right, and Coach Fawad Saheb-Khan. “We had skills but we didn’t know how to use (them),” says Sajjad. “Then (coach) showed us the right way. He’s a great man. He helps us a lot.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Sajjad Al Swaiedi, right, and Coach Fawad Saheb-Khan. “We had skills but we didn’t know how to use (them),” says Sajjad. “Then (coach) showed us the right way. He’s a great man. He helps us a lot.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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