"Slavery" in Indonesian football?

The assistant coach of the Indonesian national team Fabio Oliveira tells us he hasn't been paid in 7 months - and has strongly criticised those running the game for creating 'slave-like' conditions for players and coaches.

Sven Goran Eriksson tells us that some 'big name' players have contacted him about the possibility of finishing their careers with him at Al-Nasr in Dubai.

The US international Carli Lloyd who scored the gold-medal winning goal at both the Beijing and London Olympics strongly criticises the decision to play matches at the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada on artificial pitches.

And Cult football hero Robin Friday is to have his life turned into a film. Despite never playing international or even top-flight football, Robin Friday is still remembered fondly by fans of Cardiff City and Reading and was the subject of a book called 'The Greatest Footballer You Never Saw'.

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