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Inner London Football League World Cup draw announced

PUBLISHED: 16:20 03 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:20 03 July 2018

Inner London Football League World Cup managers pose for the camera (Pic: Emdad Rahman)

Inner London Football League World Cup managers pose for the camera (Pic: Emdad Rahman)

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Inner London Football League officials Koys Miah, Rashid Ali and Nanu Miah have conducted the draw for the 2018 veterans World Cup.

England will face Algeria, Morocco and South Africa, while Jamaica, Colombia, Brazil and Bangladesh are grouped together.

The group stage will see each team face each other in a league format with the top two proceeding through to the semi finals.

The last four ties and final will also be played on the same day and also in attendance at the draw were Mamun Uddin, Sisa Mbekeni, Noor Huq, Javier Riveria, Emdad Rahman, who are managing the England, South Africa, Brazil, Colombia and Bangladesh teams.

ILFL chairman Miah said: “There are some quality teams participating and we are all expecting some mouthwatering football on what is guaranteed to be a historic day of celebration.”

It takes place on Sunday (July 8) from 10am.


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