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Getting their kicks

Language of soccer spoken by US players and visitors

By Jessica R. Bennett
Globe Correspondent / May 15, 2004

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Eric and Jake Greenstein have few words in common with the two young men from Central Asia who came to stay at their Needham home Wednesday for a soccer tournament. And Arzimat Mamanov, 15, of Kyrgyzstan, and 14-year-old Alexandr Kolyakov, of Uzbekistan, have seen little in the United States that reminds them of the orphanages they live in back home. (Full Article: 545 Words)

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