Soccer Dreams 

Coaches hope a new French connection will increase the joie de foot on both sides of the pond

[slideshow-1] All last Wednesday, on a bright green field behind Pacific Union School, bunches of kids -- mostly girls -- between the ages of 11 and 14 manipulated soccer balls with a French accent. "We must jungle," they joked, mimicking their French…

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