207 delegates from around the world are gathering in Zurich, Switzerland to elect the new Fifa President to replace Sepp Blatter. This is where Tokyo Sexwale’s fate as a Fifa presidential hopeful will be decided.
Stephen Grootes on Friday spoke to EWN sports analyst Jean Smyth about what could be the outcomes of the Fifa elections.
Listen to the full conversation below:
Sadly Sexwale, from the media perspective, seem to be running in the last place at the moment— Jean Smyth, Eye Witness News Sports Analyst
He doesn’t have, crucially, the support of the confederation of the African football which is the huge one considering he is the only African candidate for that position— Jean Smyth, Eye Witness News Sports Analyst
Stephen Grootes also spoke to SABC football analyst Christoph Bongo about Sepp Blatter's tenure as Fifa president.
He was good for football— Christoph Bongo, SABC football analyst
The Congress has approved, five minutes ago, to give women more votes in the decision in Fifa, this is the work of Sepp Blatter— Christoph Bongo, SABC football analyst