Mbalula available for FIFA job

2015-06-03 09:08

Cape Town - South Africa's Minister of Sport and Recreation, Fikile Mbalula, has tweeted his availability to become the next president of FIFA.

Shortly after the shock resignation of FIFA president Sepp Blatter, the Minister of Razzmatazz has "thrown" his name into the hat to take over world football's biggest job.

First came this tweet signalling his availability for the job:

Things escalated after one of his Twitter followers decided to "nominate" Mbalula:

Mbalula decided to share the results of the "vote", which he was clearly chuffed with - he even let FIFA know: 

Fikile Mbalula: The next president of FIFA*?

*Sport24 doubts the seriousness of Fikile Mbalula's intentions to run for president of FIFA, rather read this article on the likely candidates for a clearer picture on the next boss of FIFA.


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