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A Pakistani man expelled from Italy for allegedly plotting an attack in the name of ISIS used to captain the Italian youth cricket team, media reports said Wednesday.The news stunned locals in Vaprio d'Adda near Milan, where Farook had lived with his family since he was 13 years old.Photos published in 2009 by Sportweek, a weekly insert in Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport daily, and re-issued in the media Wednesday, show him as the captain of the under-19s national team, wearing the Italian colours in international competitions.Farook was expelled from Italy on Wednesday but his family plan to challenge the extradition at the European Court of Human Rights, the reports said.
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