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June 18, 2005 
Colombia's Machacon and Syria's Nahlous fight for ball during FIFA World Youth Championships match in... 
Tilburg, Netherlands 
Colombia's Machacon and Syria's Nahlous fight for ball during FIFA World Youth Championships ... 
Colombia's Machacon and Syria's Nahlous fight for ball during FIFA World Youth Championships match in Tilburg, Netherlands. Colombia's Daniel Machacon (R) Syria's Samer Nahlous fight for the ball during their FIFA World Youth Championships match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, Netherlands, June 18, 2005. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker 
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June 02, 2005 
Syrian players collided into each other during their Group E, FIFA World Youth Championships match in... 
Tilburg, Netherlands 
Syrian players collided into each other during their Group E, FIFA World Youth Championships ... 
Syrian players collided into each other during their Group E, FIFA World Youth Championships match in Tilburg, Netherlands. Syrian players Samer Nahlous (L) and Salah Shahrour collided into each other during their Group E, FIFA World Youth Championships match against Canada at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, Netherlands, June12, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen Pictures of the Month June 2005 
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April 18, 2005 
Saudi soccer players celebrate after scoring goal in soccer match against Syria during first Islamic... 
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 
Saudi soccer players celebrate after scoring goal in soccer match against Syria during first ... 
Saudi soccer players celebrate after scoring goal in soccer match against Syria during first Islamic Solidarity games in Jeddah. Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Haidar (L) celebrates with team mate Harethi Saad after scoring Saudi Arabia's first goal as Syria's Samer Nahlous watches during their semi-final soccer match during the first Islamic Solidarity games in Jeddah April 18, 2005. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim 
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