The head of the Liberian FA, Musa Bility, has told the BBC’s Focus on Africa that he will stand for the presidency of Fifa when Sepp Blatter steps down towards the end of the year.
”Football is facing a difficult moment… and it is in difficult moments that leaders emerge,” he told the BBC’s Sammy Darko.
”We are the largest group in Fifa – we must take the lead to reform the organization,” he said.
He comes at a time when FIFA is ridiculed with corruption scandals after the resignation of former FIFA President Sepp Blatter. Africa is biggest voting bloc in FIFA.