Point FM Sport, sportsNews — February 24, 2016 at 1:10 pm — Updated: February 24, 2016 at 1:10 pm

FIFA’s top job: less gravy train, more treadmill

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ZURICH (Reuters) – For most of his 17 years at the helm of FIFA, Sepp Blatter travelled the world to be feted like a head of state, with VIP treatment for his private jet, police escorts to whisk his limousine to the best hotel in town, and gala banquets in his honour. Whoever is elected to succeed him as FIFA president in Zurich on Friday will inherit a very different organisation and a very different job, where crisis management skills are more important than delivering grandiose speeches t

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