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The Togo Vice-captain Serge Akakpo says he nearly quit football after the 2010 gun attack on the squad that killed 3 people
Ghana legend Osei Kofi tells us why his country’s failure to win the Cup of Nations since 1982 is down to their reliance on white coaches. Now they’ve put their faith in Ghanaian coach Kwesi Appiah he believes they will win the tournament.
The FIFA General-Secretary Jerome Valcke describes match-fixing as a cancer and admits that it will take many years for football's authorities to fully tackle the problem. He also evades questions about corruption, telling us he can’t speak his mind because he wants to keep his job.
The Irish-born, Libyan international Eamon Zayed relives his extraordinary hat-trick in the 2012 Tehran derby.
And the USA international Oguchi Onyewu talks about his time at AC Milan.
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