This file photo taken on August 10, 2010 shows President of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Angel Maria Villar listening during a press conference in Mexico City. AFP / Ronaldo Schemidt
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Suspended Spanish football federation boss Angel Maria Villar has resigned from his senior roles with FIFA and UEFA following his arrest in Spain last week, the global and European football bodies said Thursday.Villar, who has denied all the allegations, was refused bail.UEFA also confirmed that Villar had stood down after 25 years on its executive committee.Villar, a former Athletic Bilbao and Spain midfielder, had headed the Spanish federation for 29 years and was re-elected for an eighth term in May.
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