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The next generation watch football heroes qualify for Brazil MP3

A capacity crowd thronged to Sydney's Olympic Stadium last night to watch Australia qualify for next years football World Cup in Brazil. AM gauged the excitement levels among some very passionate six and nine-year-old Socceroo supporters, and their heroes didn't disappoint. Source: abc.net.au

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