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Ceferin re-elected unopposed as UEFA president for four-year term

By Reuters
08 February 2019   |   11:58 am
Slovenian Aleksander Ceferin was re-elected unopposed on Thursday as president of European soccer's ruling body UEFA, urging mutual respect between his organisation and world soccer's governing body FIFA.

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