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'Minnow's' win is no fish story

Vanuatu takes N. Zealand down

By Frank Dell'Apa
Globe Staff / June 9, 2004

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World Cup qualifying produces few major surprises. Countries' soccer traditions are perpetuated, whether successful or not. Occasionally, an island nation such as Haiti (1974) or Jamaica ('98) emerges, an Asian country (North Korea '66, South Korea 2002) surprises, an African nation (Cameroon 1990, Senegal 2002) advances. (Full Article: 874 Words)

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