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Pogba brothers hold charity football match to raise funds for clean drinking water in Guinea

By AFP
30 December 2019   |   3:12 pm
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, accompanied by his mother and twin brothers, organised a charity match in Tours to raise money to create access to drinking water and education in Guinea.

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