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Beautiful game gives kiss of life to ‘dust of life’

Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Brazilian World Cup winner Gilberto Silva knows what it is like to grow up without money, but admits he cried when he heard first hand the harrowing story of one homeless child. “I came from a poor background but at least I had my family around me,” said the 39-year-old, a former midfielder who won the World Cup in 2002 and was also a key member of the Arsenal side known as the “Invincibles” that went through a season unbeaten in the Premier League.
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