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FIFA U-17 World Cup: Team India working hard to make an impact, says Coach Matos

DNA Sunday, 17 September 2017
Indian U-17 World Cup team is working hard to fine tune their skills before they leave for New Delhi on Sept 28 to play against US, Ghana and Colombia in the group A league matches. The Indian team play their inagural match against US on October 6 and coach Luis Norton de Matos is looking for a positive result.
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