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In this photo supplied by the Nelson Mandela Foundation former South African President Nelson Mandela, second row third from right, poses for a photograph with the South African soccer team in Johannesburg Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010. The USA beat South Africa 1 - 0 in last night's Mandela Challenge soccer match  in Cape Town. (AP Phoro/Debbie Yazbek-Nelson Mandela Foundation)
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In this photo supplied by the Nelson Mandela Foundation former South African President Nelson Mandela, second row third from right, poses for a photograph with the South African soccer team in Johannesburg Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010. The USA beat South Africa 1 - 0 in last night's Mandela Challenge soccer match in Cape Town. (AP Phoro/Debbie Yazbek-Nelson Mandela Foundation)

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