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FIFA chiefs hammered out how to reform the scandal-tainted world football body Wednesday as sponsors who provide hundreds of millions of dollars demanded independent leadership of the changes.The FIFA executive committee – without suspended President Sepp Blatter and Vice President Michel Platini – will spend two days discussing reforms proposed by top sporting official Francois Carrard who was named by the world body.But top sponsors Anheuser-Busch, Adidas, Coca-Cola, McDonald's and Visa said reforms should be "subject to independent oversight". The multinationals are reportedly angry that they have not been given places on FIFA's reform committee.
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