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Español: Diego Armando Maradona, en el partido de caridad Soccer Aid entre leyendas futbolísticas. El partido se disputó el 27 de mayo de 2006 entre estrellas de Inglaterra contra estrellas del Resto del Mundo.
Date 24 de junio de 2006
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Author Donna Hilton
Reviewer Sking
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