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Former Gambia coach Paul Put reacts to Guinea ban

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“I was a victim of racket.

I did not bribe anyone and nobody corrupted me, “said former Gambian coach Paul Put in a statement sent to Guineematin.com this Saturday.

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This follow his banning by the Guinea Football Federation.

He continued:”President Antonio SOUARE asked me for a report, I gave my report on Friday, July 16th.

He instructed the order not to send it to the sports minister who had also asked for it and I informed the minister of this by SMS.

Everything is clear in my report.

In my report, there was never any question of corruption on the part of anyone, ”
Also in his reaction Pual Put said: “Where are the evidence of racketeering and corruption? Bring your proofs, I will bring you all the proof of what I wrote in my report.

I also explained in my report the reasons for our defeat against Algeria”.

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