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Monday, August 15, 2005

Germany 2006

The World Cup is coming, and it's not too early to start preparing:

In September and October, thousands of immigrants from Central and South America will pay $15 to $20 at hundreds of bars to watch their countries’ soccer teams play in the qualifying rounds that determine which 16 nations’ teams will face each other next June in Germany. None of the 45 qualifying games, which started in March and end in October, are televised in the U.S. But that doesn’t mean sports fans, especially Latino immigrants, don’t want to watch them.

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8/15/2005 10:08 AM  

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