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FIFA chiefs Monday recommended proposals to reform the scandal-tainted world football body and a special vote on Feb. 26 to replace President Sepp Blatter, who finally declared he would not be a candidate.On a dramatic day Blatter was showered with fake dollar bills by a British comedian at the start of a press conference at which he fielded questions about the corruption storm that has engulfed FIFA.A U.S. corruption investigation that led to the arrest of seven FIFA officials in Zurich on May 27 has left world football reeling and sparked widespread demands for radical change.Blatter, who has been FIFA president for 17 years, won a fifth term as president two days after the police raid. Candidates for the FIFA presidency have until Oct. 26 to put their names forward.
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