LONDON - The Scottish FA followed its
English counterpart on Tuesday in calling for FIFA to postpone
president Sepp Blatter's unopposed re-election because of the
crisis surrounding world football's governing body.
"We believe the election should be rescheduled to facilitate
a period of consultation to deal with the issues that have
arisen in recent weeks," Scottish FA chief executive Stewart
Regan said in a statement.
"The events of the last two days, in particular, have made
any election unworkable."
Blatter is standing for a fourth term on Wednesday.
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