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MADRID, June 14 (Prensa Latina) Presenting a book on the history of Boca Juniors might seem a formidable challenge, unless the authors talk about man and god, as Al Caparros do today.

Martin and his son Juan Caparros launched themselves at the Casa de America in Madrid to conquer an audience fascinated by the ease of doing these two Argentine writers and journalists, in the Boqueta Series, covering the best moments of Boqueta Juniors.


SAN JOSE, June 14 (Prinsa Latina) The Costa Ricans are counting down the minutes until noon today, when their football team is scheduled to face New Zealand in the last ticket to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Sports analysts, fans of this discipline and even President Rodrigo Chavez trust the victory of the tricolor, since the national team here is called the colors of the red, blue and white flag, without having to spend extra time and less. The definition of a penalty kick.


MONTEVIDEO, JUNE 14 (PRENSA LATINA) Originating in pursuit of a quality boom, the Cuban Under-20 football team has been in Uruguay, leaving today after a week of fruitful experiences.

This was summed up by the president of the Cuban Disciplinary Association, Owlette Rodriguez, after he explained that staying here was a training base that included a five-game celebration.


BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM, JUNE 14 (PRINSA LATINA) Brazilian tennis player Beatriz Haddad Maia, the first racket from Latin America, made his debut today in the first round of the tournament in this city against Czech Petra Kvitova.

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Haddad Maya made it to the British event after winning her first Grand Prix title on Sunday, in Nottingham, United Kingdom.


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