Musa Bility of Liberia stricken from FIFA president candidates' list

Nov 12, 2015 | Soccer, Sports | 0 comments

Musa Bility, head of the Liberian Football Association, has been kicked out of the FIFA presidential race because of a problem from two years ago. Bility was banned from soccer for six months in 2013 for using confidential documents in a legal case involving the Confederation of African Football. That leaves five approved candidates: Prince Ali of Jordan, Jerome Champagne, Gianni Infantino, Sheikh Salman of Bahrain and Tokyo Sexwale. Another candidate, UEFA boss Michel Platini, was not included due to a 90-day suspension, but he could be back in if his ban ends before the FIFA election on February 26.
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