'Sepp' Blatter re-elected Fifa president

(AGI) Zurich, May 29 - Joseph, "Sepp" Blatter has beenre-elected president of Fifa. After the failure of the firstballot Jordanian Prince Ali Bin al-Hussein conceded defeat,paving the way for Blatter's re-election for a fifth term. Inthe first ballot, Blatter won 133 votes against the 73 voteswon by the Prince. "And I promise you, in the end of my care, Iwill give this Fifa to my successor in a very strong position,"Mr Blatter said. He added: "I'm not perfect, nobody's perfect;thank you for the trust confided in me. I thank you, you have

(AGI) Zurich, May 29 - Joseph, "Sepp" Blatter has beenre-elected president of Fifa. After the failure of the firstballot Jordanian Prince Ali Bin al-Hussein conceded defeat,paving the way for Blatter's re-election for a fifth term. Inthe first ballot, Blatter won 133 votes against the 73 voteswon by the Prince. "And I promise you, in the end of my care, Iwill give this Fifa to my successor in a very strong position,"Mr Blatter said. He added: "I'm not perfect, nobody's perfect;thank you for the trust confided in me. I thank you, you haveaccepted me for the next four years. I will be in command ofthis boat of Fifa. We will bring it back off shore," concludedthe 79-year-old Swiss executive. .