Uruguayan national soccer team for World Cup

08:24, June 04, 2010      

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Uruguayan national soccer team players pose for a group picture at their training camp in the outskirts of Montevideo June 2, 2010. Top row from L to R are: Diego Lugano, Edinson Cavani, Mauricio Victorino, Andres Scotti, Fernando Muslera, Martin Silva, Juan Castillo, Jorge Fucile, Diego Godin, Sebastian Eguren, Sebastian Abreu. Bottom row L to R are: Maximiliano Pereira, Alvaro Fernandez, Walter Gargano, Diego Perez, Egidio Arevalo Rios, Alvaro Pereira, Diego Forlan, Nicolas Lodeiro, Sebastian Fernandez, Luis Suarez, Martin Caceres and Ignacio Gonzalez. Center row are: head coach Washington Tabarez (7th L) physical trainer Jose Herrera (6th L), assistants coaches Celso Otero (5th L) and Mario Rebollo (8th L) and doctor Alberto Pan (9th L) along with other unidentified assistants. Uruguay will play against France, Mexico and South Africa for the Group A of the World Cup Finals of South Africa 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)



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