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Description Football. This is a collage of Image:International rules.jpg Image:Contested mark2.jpg Image:Gateshead vs limoux.jpg Image:College Football CSU AF.jpg Image:Football iu 1996.jpg Image:Rugby union scrummage.jpg
Date November 2006 to December 2006
Source en wp, see above.
Author several, Shizhao


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according to: Image:Football iu 1996.jpg Image:Rugby union scrummage.jpg Image:Gateshead vs limoux.jpg is GFDL -- Shizhao 08:11, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

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