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Sports / World Cup Soccer #78585

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 13, 1982
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(Madrid, Spain) World Cup soccer matches here examined; boxing match between Larry Holmes and Gerry Cooney, Los Angeles Dodgers' win of World Series, San Francisco `49ers mentioned. Importance of soccer to ntns. other than United States discussed; films shown. Implications of Falkland Island war, Basque separatist terrorism, and British soccer fans for security at games explained. [FANS - comment on coming from Australia for games.] Diego Armando Maradona, soccer player, examined; Pele recalled, shown. [PELE - thinks games will prove Maradona is the best.] [Porfirio Armando BETANCOURT - comments on role in games.] [WAITER - thinks Brazil will win.] Personal problem plaguing French team explained; results of tonight's game outlined. REPORTER: Dick Schaap


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