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German coach Loew donates "lucky" sweater

10-11-2011 15:17 BJT

Germany's national soccer Joachim 'Yogi' Loew (R) hands over his famous blue World Cup 2010
sweater to Manuel Neukirchner of Germany's soccer museum during a news conference in
Dusseldorf October 10, 2011. Germany will play Belgium in it's last Euro 2012 qualifying
Group A soccer match in Dusseldorf October 11. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Germany's national soccer coach Joachim 'Yogi' Loew (R) hands over his famous
blue World Cup 2010 sweater to Manuel Neukirchner of Germany's soccer museum
during a news conference in Dusseldorf October 10, 2011. Germany will play
Belgium in it's last Euro 2012 qualifying Group A soccer match in Dusseldorf
on October 11. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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