Scandal-tainted FIFA aims to start afresh with vote to replace Sepp Blatter

26 February 2016 - 10:53 By REUTERS

Crisis-hit world football governing body FIFA faces one of the most important days in its 112-year history when it elects a new leader on Friday hoping to usher in a fresh era after decades of tawdry controversy.Find out more about the FIFA reform proposals.. VIDEO: https://t.co/6O67NPdwtZ INFOGRAPHICS: https://t.

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