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Ria Ledwaba confident of toppling SAFA president: 'Jordaan has done his part'

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Ria Ledwaba (Gallo Images)
Ria Ledwaba (Gallo Images)

A third term as South African Football Association (SAFA) president beckons for Danny Jordaan, with voters set to cast their ballots on Saturday at the elective congress.

The 70-year-old has remained head honcho of one of the most scrutinised federations in the country for close to a decade.

In September, if he does reign supreme, Jordaan will clock in nine years as boss, and many football enthusiasts believe the former chief executive officer of the 2010 FIFA World Cup should step down.

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