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The Iran coach Carlos Queiroz says the FIFA schedules are arranged to serve football’s elite and disadvantage nations like Iran.
Ghana’s Asamoah Gyan tells us that he won’t take any penalties at the Africa Cup of Nations because of the wishes of his mother who died last year.
The South African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says that the country's authorities will get to the root of the current match-fixing scandal, and has promised there'll be no cover-up.
Gary White, the coach of Guam, talks about how he’s improving their fortunes and his ambition to become the England coach one day.
And the former Holland winger Andy van der Meyde talks openly about his struggles to resist drink, drugs and women as his football career fell apart.
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