Romario targets head of Brazilian football

By Daily Sports on December 21, 2017

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Brazilian former international star turned senator Romario said on Wednesday he wants to run for the presidency of the country's corruption-tainted football governing body.

Romario, a striker in the 1994 World Cup winning side, said he wants to clean up the Confederation of Brazilian Football (CBF) after FIFA's suspension of the current head Marco Polo Del Nero, who is accused of graft.

"Many people have asked me to be a candidate. No one has fought more vigorously than me against this band. So the answer is yes, I can be a candidate," he said on Facebook.

"I meet all the criteria thanks to my contribution to football on and off the field," said Romario, 51, who has been a senator since 2015.

FIFA imposed a 90-day provisional ban from all football activities on Del Nero last Friday.

The 76-year-old, a former member of the FIFA Council, is the latest prominent South American official to be banned by the sport's governing body as part of its investigation into a vast corruption scandal.

•Photo shows Romario.

 

Source Daily Sports

Posted December 21, 2017

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