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Afghanistan’s women’s team accuse FA of sexual abuse

By DW
03 December 2018   |   11:12 am
Two players from the national team have made a string of allegations against the head of the Afghani Football Federation and several coaches. The women say they were sexually abused and assaulted, but the FA denies this.

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