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Just like every Sunday, we whet your appetite with a sneak peek at what is on the menu on FIFA.com in the coming days.

In the run-up to the recent The Best FIFA Football Awards™ ceremony, Javier Hernandeztook the time out to give us his take on the three The Best FIFA Men's Player 2016 finalists. Now Chicharito will be back on FIFA.comthis Monday with an extensive, exclusive interview looking back over his career.

The aforementioned awards show in Zurich on 9 January was also the occasion for an emotional reunion between one Diego Maradona and the FIFA World Cup™Trophy. To find out what happened when the Argentinian legend was reacquainted with football's biggest prize, be sure to check out our video of this unforgettable moment, which will also be coming your way on Monday.

There will be more World Cup-related content on Wednesday, albeit on that occasion we will be going back much further. Indeed, we will be rewinding all the way back to 1930 to explore some of the notable statistics surrounding Uruguay, the hosts of the competition's inaugural edition and the first-ever world champions. The following day, it will be time for the latest instalment of our weekly series revisiting landmark moments and key figures in the history of the global extravaganza.

Also on Thursday, we will be recapping the group stage of the 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations, ensuring that you are in the know ahead of the quarter-finals. Furthermore, as we have done up to now, we will be continuing to bring you updates from the event in Gabon right through to the final on 5 February, from daily round-ups to analysis and exclusive interviews. Remember, whoever claims the title will get to represent Africa at the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017from 17 June to 2 July.

Besides all of the above, in the coming days you can also look forward to news on FIFA Tournaments, women's football coverage and a steady supply of interviews, videos and photos, as well as a surprise or two. Have a great week of football on FIFA.com.