Local Soccer: Kickin' back at Yad Vashem

Local Soccer Kickin ba

December 17, 2009 04:49
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soccer yad vashem 248 88. (photo credit: Israel Football Association Web site)


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The Israeli and German national under-19 soccer teams visited Yad Vashem in Jerusalem yesterday, a day before they meet in their final match of the winter tournament in Kfar Saba. "As far as I'm concerned the visit to Yad Vashem is the most important part of the Winter tournament," Israel coach Eli Ohana said. "It is important to us to bring the players here so that we never forget what happened." Both Israel and Germany won their first two matches of the tournament, with the German's currently leading the standings due to a superior goal difference.

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