Kuwait, Indonesia remain suspended; 207 FIFA members to vote

The cases of suspended FIFA members Indonesia and Kuwait will be dealt with at the next ordinary congress of the ruling football body in May

The suspensions are in connection with third-party interference in football affairs and will not allow them to vote in the extraordinary congress Friday.

A recommendation by the executive committee to defer a decision to the May congress was passed by 165 votes to 25.

Last update: Fri, 26/02/2016 - 11:07
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