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Young African boys are coached by Siyabonga Mbaleki (left) after school and learning how to head a football in Khayelitsha, South Africa yesterday. Siyabonga, who lives in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, has inspired the children in his neighbourhood to follow their dreams and realise their potential by being part of a soccer team that he coaches voluntarily. He trains the local children to improve their fitness and soccer skills daily after school and on weekends. He takes the coaching very seriously and helps to instil a sense of discipline in the boys as a result. All of the children come from disadvantaged backgrounds.


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