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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A little enthusiast, whose suit features Argentina's Lionel Messi's, watches a soccer match on a wall in central Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 17, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Soccer coach Palmer watches a match played by his apprentices on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 18, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Senegalese boys play soccer in front of a stadium on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 21, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A little soccer fan practises skills while professionals warm up before a match on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 23, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- An enthusiast watches a soccer match on a bicycle in central Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 16, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A boy practises soccer skills at a village near Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 21, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Soccer players take exercises after a match on a beach in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 20, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Children play table soccer at a slum in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 21, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Children play soccer on a ground with seven or eight square meters in Goree island, three kilometers from Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 26, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A little enthusiast looks at a soccer field through a hole on the wall on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 18, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Enthusiasts watch a soccer program at a restaurant near Rose Lake north of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 20, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A soccer enthusiast shows the flag of Senegal's national soccer team in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 24, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Enthusiasts play soccer with sandals on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 23, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Enthusiasts attend a soccer match in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 28, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A goalkeeper saves a ball during a training on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 17, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Soccer enthusiasts attend a soccer match near an airport in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 23, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A young man walks past a wall painted with soccer players' suits on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 24, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Soccer players take exercises after a match on a beach in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 20, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Little boys play soccer in Goree island, three kilometers from Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 25, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Enthusiasts play soccer in rain on a beach in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 20, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Soccer enthusiasts are silhouetted against sunset on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 25, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Children play table soccer in rain on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 21, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Children put their feet on a soccer in central Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 18, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A soccer enthusiast is silhouetted against sunset near an airport in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 28, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A little soccer fan (Front) warms up with professionals on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 23, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
RP_00978844_0026
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Senegalese children play soccer at a village near Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 23, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- A vendor sells soccer on the roadside on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 24, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Enthusiasts play soccer in a rough field on the outskirts of Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 24, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Enthusiasts watch a soccer match on a wall in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 17, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)
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(110905) -- DAKAR, Sept. 5, 2011 () -- Students play soccer on a basketball court in Dakar, capital of Senegal, on Aug. 19, 2011. In Senegal, located on the western tip of the African continent, there must be soccer enthusiasts if there is an open area, no matter dawn or dusk, sunny or rainy. Senegalese boys begin to play soccer since five or six years old in their childhood. Although most of them have no opportunity to wear a pair of professional plimsoll or to play soccer on a professional field, their love for soccer can not be stopped by anything. Senegal started amateur soccer league matches from 1960, and there was no professional league match until 2009. However, based on the people's enthusiasm for soccer, Senegal's national soccer team has entered the final eight of the World Cup 2002 and has won the champion of Africa Cup of Nations. A great number of Senegalese soccer talents have emerged in Senegalese history, among whom there are also some big stars who play in professional leagues overseas. The former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was born in Dakar. Manchester United striker El Hadji Diouf is also Senegalese. Senegalese soccer stars fulfilled their achievements and have become the heroes in local children's eyes. Palmer, once a soccer player in professional leagues of Saudi Arabia, works as a soccer coach now. In Palmer's mind, it is true that some boys dream to become professional soccer players to change their own impoverished destiny. However, soccer's popularity in Senegal is more related with the love for soccer from the bottom of people's heart. Playing soccer does not need costly outfit and no matter you are rich or poor, all the players in the soccer field are equal with each other and could harvest endless happiness from the sport. (/Liu Yu) (lr)