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UPDATED: 08:17, June 08, 2006
Cuba sends experts to Germany to study soccer
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Cuba sent a group of local soccer experts to Germany on Wednesday to attend a soccer training course and watch World Cup matches, in a bid to boost its weak soccer results to the heights seen in other sports, local media said.

William Bennet, the head of the Cuban Football Assocation's (AFC's) technical section, leads the delegation, which also includes Cuba's national team manager, Raul Gonzalez; the country's under-17 team manager, Manuel Rodriguez; under-20 team manager, Francisco Carranzana; and women's national team manager, Rufino Sotolongo.

AFC secretary general, Antonio Garces, said that the Cubans would stay a month in Germany working with German league club, Bonner.

Garcia said that he would fly to Germany, leading a separate delegation to attend the Football Federation Congress and International Federation of Football Associations's meeting.

Source: Xinhua

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