Despite conflict and match-fixing scandals, Haidar wins Lebanese vote

Hashem Haidar

By Mark Baber
August 1 – Hashem Haidar was elected to his fourth term as head of the Lebanese Football Federation on Wednesday, winning votes from 49 of the 50 clubs attending. Haiddar’s electoral list, which included 10 other members was elected unopposed so Raymond Semaan will retain his position as first deputy president and Ahmad Qameradine as second deputy.

This content is for Archive Access (1 year), Archive Access (6 months) and Archive Access (student) members only.
Log In Register