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What began as routine investigations by The Herald has turned into a global story that is making headlines around a world bemused by how a group of impostors could masquerade as a national football team and play an international friendly in a foreign country. . . . Normally local football stories in this country barely go beyond our borders but the story about the fake El Salvador national team, unmasked after investigations by our journalists, has spread across the world. (Robson Sharuko and Lawrence Moyo, "Fake El Salvador Saga Dominates," 9 January) | back to top