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Feizal Sidat has been elected president of the Mozambican Football Federation (FMF), succeeding Alberto Simango Júnior, who has held the post since 2015.
Sidat, who is back in charge of the FMF after an absence of four years, obtained six votes out of a total of 11, against two votes each for unsuccessful candidates Alberto Simango Júnior and former footballer Tico-Tico.
“With my election, football is the winner. Now what we have to do is unify efforts so we can all work to modernise football in Mozambique,” Sidat told journalists after the scrutiny vote involving all 11 provincial associations.
During his campaign, Feizal Sidat stressed the fight against corruption and the need to modernise Mozambican football on a model of inclusive management.
“We are ready to talk to those who make football happen here and present our ideas,” the president-elect said.
Feizal Sidat was president of the FMF for two terms, from 2007 to 2015, when he was replaced by Alberto Simango Júnior.Source: Lusa
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