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'Soccer's Lost Boys' to air Wednesday

In "Soccer's Lost Boys," Current Media explores the demand for young west African players in European leagues and the litany of unlicensed agents, illegitimate academies and shady middlemen. The program will air Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET. Current TV is available on most cable and satellite providers. For a preview....

By Steve Goff  |  June 14, 2010; 10:48 AM ET
Categories:  2010 World Cup , Africa  | Tags: Soccer's Lost Boys, World Cup, human trafficking, international soccer  
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With the current popular trend of vampires, this should be a real hit.

Posted by: Reignking | June 14, 2010 11:03 AM | Report abuse

I think I saw that documentary on one of the international channels on MHZ.

and also...

I guess those cheap selling idiots finally made it to soccer insider. They are all over fox soccer.

Posted by: TheWashDipsSince88 | June 14, 2010 12:13 PM | Report abuse

My unofficial "best of" the readers blog:

"A guy to my left had a sign that read “Keep United in DC.” Whether he was Barra Brava, or Screaming Eagles, United supporters are taking over the earth.

Best banner of the night: “1776, 1812, 1950, 2010”

Best England fan costume of the night: While walking through the concourse, I saw a guy with a Queen Elizabeth mask on, complete with pink skirt suit and elbow length white gloves. He was walking into the mens room.

Best fan argument quote of the night: Some English fans were yelling at American fans in front of them to sit down, arguing that they had paid money for their seats too. The response? “Well good thing we paid for the seats in front of you.”

Posted by: OWNTF | June 14, 2010 12:25 PM | Report abuse

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