The Syrian refugee and his son tripped over by a Hungarian camerawoman causing international outrage have been welcomed in Spain.
Osama Alabed Al-Mohsen and his son Zied became a symbol of the refugee crisis after a video emerged of a Hungarian camerawoman, Petra Laszlo, tripping him over as he ran with Zied in his arms. Laszlo has since been sacked by N1TV following the incident.
Mr Al-Mohsen, who used to be a football coach before he left Syria, will now continue his career coaching at a football school in Getafe, a suburb of Madrid. Miguel Angel Galan, director of the school, said officials had decided to "help a fellow coach".
The father and son were also given a tour of Real Madrid's Bernabeu stadium by club President Florentino Perez. They will also be official guests when Real Madrid play Granada on Saturday.
"It's a dream come true," said Mr A-Mohsen, who is from the ISIS-conquered region of Deir ez-Zor in Syria.
Speaking about the incident with the camerawoman, he told El Mundo newspaper: "The journalist's kick was scary and hard. My feeling was surprise. And then pain when I saw the fear and panic in the face of my son. Zaid cried for two hours. I was terrified."