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  • Can Dejounte Murray be the next great Spur? Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2010 Previously covered Bears for ESPN.com Played college football at West Texas A&M Follow on Twitter SAN ANTONIO -- Nicknamed "Baby Boy," second-year San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray presides[…]

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  • Kurtenbach: Why I don't think Zaza Pachulia intentionally fell on Russell Westbrook My verdict is in: Zaza Pachulia didn't intentionally fall on Russell Westbrook. Now the Oklahoma City guard and the NBA's reigning MVP wants you to believe that Pachulia, who has a reputation for being a dirty player, deliberately fell on[…]

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  • Dose: Lillard Time Tommy Beer recaps another Damian Lillard game-winner, a dominant effort from Joel Embiid and Kyrie Irving's brilliant all-around performance.

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  • Skriniar to frustrate Man Utd & Real Madrid by spending 'many years' at Inter Despite reports linking him with several other clubs, with Barcelona also keen, the highly-rated defender is planning to stay at the San Siro

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  • Spurs star Kane matches Drogba record while reaching 150 club goals The Tottenham talisman was on target again in a meeting with Crystal Palace and now has as many London derby efforts to his name as a Chelsea legend

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  • Salah, Mane and Firmino earn 'unbelievable' praise from Liverpool colleague Can The Reds' fearsome attacking unit has been in dazzling form of late, with impressed team-mates at Anfield among those quick to sing their praises

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  • Crystal Palace 0 Tottenham 1: Late Kane header snatches victory Harry Kane's header at the back post from a corner in the 88th minute saw Tottenham finally break down Crystal Palace away from home.

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Somaliland is an independent state at the Horn of Africa, which is not recognized by any other country. They declared sovereignity in 1991.

Somaliland has approximately 4 million inhabitants and another million of Somalilanders are estimated to live in diaspora, mainly in the Yemen, in Canada, the UK and the USA. Somalia still declares that Somaliland is an autonomous region of Somalia.

Regardless of the official status of recognition Somaliland is de-facto independent and self-governed, and thus has an excellent reason to field an own national team.

 

The Somaliland Football Association was founded in 2011, and represents Somaliland and Somalilanders all around the world. The FA is currently managed by the Not4Gotten Foundation from London (England). The national team of Somaliland has played a couple of friendly matches (see below) during the last years, mainly within England and Greater London in particular.

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