Suspended Fifa president Sepp Blatter criticised Uefa Michel Platini, England and the United States for attacking him in an interview with Russia's TASS news agency in which he praised Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
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David Nakhid, a former Trinidad and Tobago international, had stated his intention to stand but was absent from the list
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Platini claims his reputation has been 'dragged through the mud' by the 90-day suspension handed to him from Fifa
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Blatter and Uefa president Michel Platini were given 90-day suspensions earlier this week
As part of the ongoing investigation into Fifa, President Sepp Blatter, Secretary General Jerome Valcke and Uefa President Michel Platini have all been suspended from football for 90 days by the organisation's Ethics Committee.
The presidents of Fifa and Uefa have been banned from all football activity for at least 90 days
Tom Peck takes a look what next for world football's governing body following the latest developments
Meetings have been held to determine the fate of the duo with decisions having potential to have huge ramifications on Fifa presidency election
Chung Mong-joon had claimed Sepp Blatter would try to sabotage his presidential campaign
The deadline for presidential candidates to declare is approaching but the quartet who will throw their hats into the world governing body’s ring have been caught up in varying degrees of scandal. Are they really viable options to clean up after Blatter? Tom Peck examines the evidence
Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Visa and Budweiser have all called on Blatter to 'step down immediately' after criminal proceedings were opened against him