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Mali U16 National Team 2017 - Jul 13, 2017


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Starting five
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Siriman Kanoute
Kanoute
Alou Traore
Traore
Bourama Coulibaly
Coulibaly
Oumar Ballo
Ballo
Fousseyni Traore
Traore
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4Siriman Kanoute 01
5Fousseny Dieng 01
6Alou Traore 01
7Michel Coulibaly 02
8Bourama Coulibaly 02
9Mamoudou Diop 02
10Mohamed Sidibe 02
11Oumar Ballo 204-C-02 Canterbury Academy Spain
12Mohamed Keita 01
13Adama Sanogo 02
14N'Tio Diarra 02
15Fousseyni Traore 02

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Ibrahim
Djambo
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