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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi shakes hands with Egyptian actor Ahmed El-Sakka, a Palm Hills representative who also spoke during the news conference (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Egyptian actor Ahmed El-Sakka speaks during the news confernece (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Former Ahly player Wael Riyad (R) speaks during the news conference, standing beside former Egypt great Magdi Abdel-Ghani (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi poses for a picture (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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