Under 17 World Cup: After FIFA ban, Mali boys scripting fairytale – Times of India

October 13, 2017
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Times of India
NEW DELHI: Mali’s rise in world football stems from the fantastic run of its U-17 teams in the last three years. A place in the pre-quarterfinals of the ongoing FIFA World Cup is an indication that Malian football is on the right track, despite being …
FIFA U-17 World Cup: Paraguay, full of flair and emotion, come out of Group B with A gradeThe Indian Express
FIFA Under-17 World Cup: Mali trounce New Zealand 3-1Daily News & Analysis
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