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The South Sudan Football Association president Chabur Goc Alei says he is determined to clear his name after he was suspended by the governing body's board of directors.

The board decided during an emergency extraordinary general meeting on Wednesday that Alei should step aside because of alleged financial impropriety.

"Yes it is true the board of directors of the SSFA has suspended me, but I am ready to defend myself and even quit football," Alei told BBC Sport.

The South Sudan FA vice-president, Andrea Abdella, has taken over the presidency until the next election in March 2017.

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Ivory Coast are confident Wilfried Zaha will soon be part of their team, but new England boss Gareth Southgate has not given up on the forward.

Abidjan-born Zaha grew up in England and won two caps for the Three Lions, but because they were in friendly games he is allowed to switch allegiance.

"We have written to Fifa and expect Zaha's switch to be approved," said Ivorian FA vice-president Malick Tohe.

However, Southgate said: "We are still hopeful that we can speak to Wilf."

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Yahya Jammeh, The Gambia's authoritarian president of 22 years, has suffered a surprise defeat in presidential elections.

He will be replaced by a property developer, Adama Barrow, who won more than 45% of the vote.

Mr Jammeh, who came to power in a coup in 1994, has not yet spoken since the results were announced.

Electoral commission chief Alieu Momar Njie Njie has appealed for calm as the country entered uncharted waters.

The West African state has not had a smooth transfer of power since independence from Britain in 1965.

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