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FIFA requests Iran's soccer federation say why it will not allow 2 Iranian players on national team after they faced Israeli team earlier in the week; Iranian federation stated it 'strongly condemns' players' participation in match for Greece's Panionios against Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv.


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