Blatter says elections need competition, but stability is important too


Exclusive: by Osasu Obayiuwana
March 19 – In what can be regarded as a tacit admission that elections into leading football positions lack robust contests, which do little for public confidence, FIFA president Sepp Blatter has confessed that the prevailing situation is far from ideal.

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