Former International Olympic Committee director-general Francois Carrard has been appointed head of the Fifa reform taskforce.
The Swiss lawyer will lead a
in a review of football’s scandal-hit world governing body.
Carrard was head of the IOC from 1989 to 2003.
“It is vital for the future of global football to restore the integrity and reputation of its governing body,” said the 77-year-old.
“As the independent chairman, I am committed to delivering the necessary package of credible reforms, working with representatives from within football and wider society.”
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