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Scandal-plagued FIFA have turned to the man who helped the International Olympic Committee out of their corruption crisis, appointing Swiss Francois Carrard as chairman of their reform committee.The new FIFA committee was originally announced as a "task force" of 11 members but has been expanded to 15 with Carrard, two members from each of the six continental football confederations plus two members to be appointed by FIFA's commercial partners.Asia's representatives were Sheikh Ahmad al-Fahad al-Ahmed al-Sabah from Kuwait, a member of FIFA's executive committee, and Australia's Kevan Gospar, former vice president of the IOC.The work of the committee will build on the reform work FIFA has undertaken since 2011 ".
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