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Młodzi piłkarze z Sudanu - AFP (22)

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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A Sudanese youth plays with a football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese youths play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 28, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese football players shake hands with each other during a local friendly match between district teams, on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 24, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by Haitham ELTABEI / AFP)
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A Sudanese youth plays football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 24, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by Haitham ELTABEI / AFP)
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Sudanese football coach Monzer Hassan speaks with his players on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 24, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by Haitham ELTABEI / AFP)
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Sudanese youth play football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 24, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by Haitham ELTABEI / AFP)
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A Sudanese youth plays football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 24, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by Haitham ELTABEI / AFP)
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A Sudanese youth plays football on a dirt field in the capital Khartoum on July 24, 2019. - At sunset, friendly football matches are played on lots across Khartoum, with teenagers kicking up clouds of dust. The pitches have no markings, are full of holes and the goal posts are almost without a net. There are no competitive youth leagues in Sudan, meaning young players can only play friendly matches between local clubs, with their skills further hampered by poorly maintained pitches, which cause regular injuries that often end many talented players' careers before they even take off. (Photo by Haitham ELTABEI / AFP)
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