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The chief coach of the Nigerian national football team has been banned from the sport for a year for taking money from reporters posing as football agents.
Salisu Yusuf was secretly filmed accepting $1,000 (£780) during a discussion about player selection for the 2018 African Nations Championship.
The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) said the incident has had a damaging effect on the reputation and integrity of Nigerian football.
There is no evidence the money influenced his player selection, but Fifa and the NFF prohibit officials from collecting cash gifts.
Mr Yusuf has said he didn’t believe he was breaking any rules.

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