FIFA top spot: Tokyo's spindoctor locks horns with Mamadou Gaye

Mamadou Gaye and Tokyo Sexwale's right-hand man, Peter Paul, on Monday went head-to-head in an interview regarding Sexwale's chances at FIFA presidency.

702's Xolani Gwala spoke to the two about the subject that has divided regional football federations.

Listen to the interview below:

It's just going to be a disgrace because if your own people, your own continent is not ready to vote for you, who's going to vote for you?

Mamadou Gaye, soccer analyst

Since Tokyo candidature was accepted by FIFA, he did not visit a single African country. Charity starts at home!

Mamadou Gaye, soccer analyst

After he got their nomination, he didn't even travel to those countries to say thank you.

Mamadou Gaye, soccer analyst

We are on our roadshow so I don't know where this thing is coming from that we didn't visit any countries.

Peter Paul, Tokyo Sexwale's spokesperson

Mamadou says we haven't visited a single country, that is incorrect. We do not report to him. What he is saying is a joke, it is laughable.

Peter Paul, Tokyo Sexwale's spokesperson

We have written to all 54 football associations. We do not want to storm their offices, we have asked when we can see them.

Peter Paul, Tokyo Sexwale's spokesperson

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