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Few stakeholders likely to attend 'clean-up Fifa' summit in Brussels

New FIFA Now meeting 'first step in helping to see football governed by people who make decisions in a transparent manner'

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No one doubts Mr Blatter, who has run Fifa since 1998, will be re-elected as president in the upcoming election.

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REVOLUTIONS have to start somewhere, but who would have thought that the attempt to impose reform upon Fifa could take shape at the European Parliament in Brussels? A summit meeting of the "New FIFA Now" campaign started on Wednesday, drawing together a mix of politicians,

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