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03-23-2004, 06:34 PM
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Moumni_Bachir
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Originally Posted by Tuggy
No you don't. You would not be able to play for a nation unless you either have citzenship or your parents have citzenship in that country. My father is from England therefore I would be able to play for England or Canada. But once you play for a country you are unable to compete in international competion with any other. Which is what happened to Nabokov at Salt Lake City.
I tought that it was the same as Surinam is for Netherland or Guyanne Francaise for France.

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