Jose Pekerman (L) of Argentina, newly named coach of Colombia's ...
Jan 19th, 2012
(Reuters) - Jose Pekerman (L) of Argentina, newly named coach of Colombia's national soccer team, shakes hands with Colombia's Soccer Federation President Luis Bedoya during a news conference in Bogota January 18, 2012. Pekerman was elected the new head coach of the Colombia national soccer team to replace Leonel Alvarez. REUTERS/John Vizcaino(COLOMBIA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) -
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