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Young soccer players pose with a banner of their soccer school name before a practice session in a field where Colombia's player James Rodriguez played in Ibague July 2, 2014. Colombian youth coach Armando Yull Brenner never suspected he had found one of the world's greatest talents as he saw seven-year-old James Rodriguez dribble past teammates to score almost two decades ago on a shabby neighborhood pitch. James, whose baby-face is instantly recognizable in the photos lining Brenner's office, is perhaps the biggest break-out star at this World Cup. He and his teammates have whipped Colombia

Young soccer players pose with a banner of their soccer school name before a practice session in a field where Colombia's player James Rodriguez played in Ibague July 2, 2014. Colombian youth coach Armando Yull Brenner never suspected he had found one of the world's greatest talents as he saw seven-year-old James Rodriguez dribble past teammates to score almost two decades ago on a shabby neighborhood pitch. James, whose baby-face is instantly recognizable in the photos lining Brenner's office, is perhaps the biggest break-out star at this World Cup. He and his teammates have whipped Colombia  Stock Photo
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REUTERS / Alamy Stock Photo

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2CWJMCG

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26.4 MB (1.1 MB Compressed download)

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3500 x 2635 px | 29.6 x 22.3 cm | 11.7 x 8.8 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

3 July 2014

Photographer:

Jose Gomez

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Young soccer players pose with a banner of their soccer school name before a practice session in a field where Colombia's player James Rodriguez played in Ibague July 2, 2014. Colombian youth coach Armando Yull Brenner never suspected he had found one of the world's greatest talents as he saw seven-year-old James Rodriguez dribble past teammates to score almost two decades ago on a shabby neighborhood pitch. James, whose baby-face is instantly recognizable in the photos lining Brenner's office, is perhaps the biggest break-out star at this World Cup. He and his teammates have whipped Colombia into a frenzy, charging through their group and into the last 16 with four wins out of four, and 11 goals scored. The banners reads "Soccer school. The stars of the future". Picture taken July 2, 2014. To match story SOCCER-WORLD-COL-RODRIGUEZ REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER SOCIETY WORLD CUP)

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