Indonesia president orders safety audit of all stadiums following deadly match stampede
06 October 2022 | 12:39 pm
Indonesia President Joko Widodo said on Wednesday that soccer's world governing body FIFA may help address management of the sport in Indonesia, having discussed the issue with FIFA President Gianni Infantino on Monday after a deadly stampede.
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