Mutko was later asked if FIFA Coins

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Mutko was later asked if he felt embarrassed that a news conference to showcase Russia hosting the soccer World Cup kept returning to an FIFA Coins Olympic doping scandal."I shouldn't be ashamed about anything," he said. "We are a good partner of the world sports movement. I don't understand why you have to trample Russia under foot."

 

Mutko then said his offer to be interviewed was rejected by the New York Times, which said he was not needed before Tuesday.The newspaper disputed that claim, saying it "did not decline to interview the deputy prime minister of Russia.""In fact, the Russian government has not responded to multiple requests for comment by New.

 

York Times reporters made through aides and Cheap FUT Coins Russia's sports ministry during the past 16 months," the newspaper said in a statement.Mutko and Russia also face ongoing cases from the FIFA ethics and disciplinary committees, respectively."I am happy to go to any court, any disciplinary committee.

 

 

Mutko said.Evidence includes a document from a World Anti-Doping Agency investigation that risks implicating the Russian squad from the 2014 World Cup, including players likely to be selected for next year's tournament."There never has been and never will be any manipulation in football around the national team," Mutko said.___AP Sports Writer James Ellingworth contributed to this report.

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