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Post  Hieronymus on 2015-01-15, 10:50 pm

I think this is brilliant. He would really shake up those FIFA suits!  Very Happy
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Former Tottenham star David Ginola is planning to run for the FIFA presidency

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David Ginola: Has been advising a third division French club since 2010

David Ginola is set to unveil plans to challenge Sepp Blatter to be president of FIFA in a campaign backed by a bookmaker.

The Sun newspaper is reporting that the former Tottenham and Newcastle winger, 47, will launch his campaign, supported by Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, in London on Friday.
Ginola, who played for France 1990-95, has until January 29 to prove to the world governing body he has played an "active role" in football for two of the last five years, while showing he has the support of five national associations.

The election is in May at the FIFA Congress.
Three other people have declared interest in the job with FIFA Vice President Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan, former FIFA official Jerome Champagne and former Chile football leader Harold Mayne-Nicholls all looking to replace Blatter who is itending to run for a fifth term.
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