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Football at the 2001 Mediterranean Games

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Football at the 2001 Mediterranean Games


Gold Silver Bronze
Walid Ben Hassine
Seif Ghezel
Ali Zitouni
Imed Bouthouri
Karim Hamida
Ahmed Hammi
Ahmed Khanchil
Chokri Zaalani
Bassam Daasi
Karim Dalhoum
Mohamed Sliti
Lassaad Ouertani
Slim Ben Achour
Allaeddine Yahia
Anis Ayari
Anis Zitouni
Anis Boussaidi
Achraf Khalfaoui
Vitangelo Spadavecchia
Cristian Zaccardo
Christian Maggio
Riccardo Fissore
Roberto Cardinale
Andrea Dossena
Simone Pacini
Emanuele Calaio
Marco Mancinelli
Giuseppe Sculli
Gianluca Pegolo
Luca Del Chiaro
Simon Luca Agazzone
Federico Balzaretti
Angelo Palombo
Franco Semioli
Mareo Ferro
Alessandro Pellicori
Loic Vincent
Mickael Natchimie
Nicolas Sahnoun
Mickael Pontal
Cyril Guyot
David Grondin
Gregory Pujol
Loris Reina
Gael Hiroux
Ludovic Delporte
Cyril Yapi
Sebastien Squillacci
Florent Balmont
Loic Pailleres
Nicolas Douchez
David Vandenbossche
Julien Stephan
Guillaume Laval

Final standing

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