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A German city councillor and an Argentine Smithereen prepare for World Cup final

When Germany played Argentina in the World Cup quarter finals in 2010, they won 4-0. 

The World Cup final is on Sunday. Argentina takes on Germany for the coveted championship. Prince George city councillor Albert Koehler grew up in Germany. He told Russell Bowers he's optimistic about his team's chances:

Facundo Gastiazoro was born in Buenes Aires, and now calls Smithers home. He's a little less calm that Koehler... listen as he tells Carolina de Ryk why he's spent much of the World Cup in agony:

The World Cup final will be broadcast on CBC Television, CBCsports.ca, and on CBC Radio One starting at 11:45 on Sunday.

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