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LONDON (Reuters) - Factbox on Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, one of five candidates standing for the FIFA presidency in an election on Feb. 26:
LONDON (Reuters) - Factbox on Frenchman Jerome Champagne, one of five candidates standing for the FIFA presidency in an election on Feb. 26:
LONDON (Reuters) - Factbox on Switzerland's Gianni Infantino, one of five candidates standing for the FIFA presidency in an election on Feb. 26:
MIAMI (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino's plan for an expanded 40-team World Cup came under fire from two of his rivals as the campaign to secure the top job at the corruption-hit organisation heated up on Thursday.
PARIS (Reuters) - The French Football Federation announced on Friday its formal backing for Swiss candidate Gianni Infantino's bid for the FIFA presidency in a snub for French hopeful Jerome Champagne.
BERNE (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino suggested expanding the World Cup to 40 teams and following the example of the European championship by spreading it across several countries to share out the "honour and benefits" of the tournament.
MIAMI (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino says he believes he can win February's vote to replace Sepp Blatter at the helm of the crisis-hit global football body after picking up what he called major support in the Caribbean.
(Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan has complained to world football's governing body about an agreement signed between the African and Asian confederations, believing it may breach election rules.
KINGSTON, Jamaica (Reuters) - Six-times Olympic champion Usain Bolt said he felt shocked and let down by the scandal-hit IAAF, but the Jamaican sprinter was against resetting athletics world records as the sport attempts to move on from the doping crisis.
LONDON (Reuters) - UK Athletics (UKA) has called for world records to be wiped clean and drug cheats to be banned for at least eight years in radical proposals aimed at heralding a new unblemished era for the sport.