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Diarra has been tipped to shine at Eoro
2008 and Pompey midfielder Niko Kranjcar said: "He can be one of the stars this summer, of course he can.
The most famous example of this in a human athlete was the Finnish cross-country skier Eoro
Maentyranta, a gold medal winner at the 1964 Olympics; the mutation was found to be inherited, meaning that if a similar mutation were found in horses, it could be bred for, once identified.
They may not have qualified for the World Cup but under Mark Hughes they have become difficult to beat and go into the Eoro
2004 qualifiers with genuine optimism.