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Canero watched by Pele and Franz

Canero to be watched by Pele and Franz

Former Dundee United player Peter Canero will be watched by both Pele and Franz Beckenbauer when he makes his debut for the newly renamed "Red Bull New York" team in the Major League Soccer in the USA.

The former Scotland midfielder, who now plays for Red Bull New York, are hosting a "tribute to New York soccer" ahead of the MLS fixture against the New England Revolution.

We wish Peter the best of luck in New York

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Writer: Kilted Arab 77 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 4 2006

Time: 8:20AM

 

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