Dissatisfied with the black box operation Figo announced his withdrawal from the FIFA presidential election

Dissatisfied with the black box operation Figo announced his withdrawal from the FIFA presidential election
Portugal’s former football star Luís Figo announced his withdrawal from the election on the 21st because of dissatisfaction with the FIFA presidential campaign.  In a statement posted on Facebook that day, Figo said that there was no open debate for candidates during the FIFA presidential campaign. The current president, Blatter, did not submit a campaign declaration and voted to grant absolute power to a person.He can’t agree with it.  Figo said that after his own thinking and exchange of views with the other two candidates, he knew that what would happen in Zurich on the 29th of this month would not be normal election behavior.  Figo also said that in the past few months, he has seen a series of farce in different parts of the world, which has shamed football.Some presidents of the Football Association privately compared senior FIFA officials to the devil, and on the stage the next day compared these people to God.  Before Figo announced his withdrawal from the FIFA presidential election on the same day, another candidate, the Dutch Football Association President Van Prager, also announced his withdrawal. At present, only the Prince of Jordan Ali Hussein will compete with Blatter for the FIFA president.A post.According to reports, the Swiss, who have been in office for 17 years and are seeking re-election for the fifth time, are very likely to be re-elected.  Figo, 42, this year announced his candidacy in January, saying that FIFA lacks transparency, credibility and corruption, and the organization urgently needs reform.Figo played for Atletico Lisbon, AC Milan, Barcelona and Real Madrid and served as captain of the Portuguese national team.He was elected as the European Footballer in 2000 and the World Footballer the following year.

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