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Sexwale: "What is broken in FIFA is the administration"

RESTRICTIONS:SNTV clients only. Scheduled news programmes only. Use within 14 days. If interested in archive use after 14 days please contact . Internet use only for SNTV clients with digital rights licensed in their contract. For any questions regarding rights restrictions please contact planning@sntv.comSuggestedLeadIn: 62-year-old South African businessman and former political prisoner Tokyo Sexwale said on Tuesday (27th October) that he hopes to bring a 'nightmare' period in the history of football's world governing body to a close, as he prepares to travel to Egypt to lobby for votes in the election to replace Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.Script: SOUNDBITE: (English) Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA presidential candidate:"I'm going into this campaign as a candidate of my country with the confident bestowed in me to make sure that we win. But win or lose, people will know that there was an African who was here, who shook things up and made sure that FIFA does go through changes."SOUNDBITE: (English) Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA presidential candidate:"It is about good financial management, control systems, making sure that are done and there is a lot of transparency and accountability, that is what I'm taking to CAF tomorrow, and that is what I'll like to bring to FIFA. So, we have decided to undertake this journey. We have been endorsed by very critical countries. Now the campaign starts, in earnest, after I have spoken to my own continent, because humility starts again at home."SOUNDBITE: (English) Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA presidential candidate:"What is broken in FIFA it is not the pitch but the administration. Football plays everyday it does not require us out there in FIFA, it plays despite the scandals and all the corruptions we're hearing about, football is there. Neymar will kick it, Ronaldo will kick it, we are going for the Ballon d'or Ronaldo and so on Drogba, it continues. But it hurts, it is hurting because right at the top we have defaulted."SHOTLIST: SHOTLIST: SAFA House, Johannesburg, South Africa. 27th October, 2015.1. 00:00 SOUNDBITE: (English) Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA presidential candidate:2. 00:22 SOUNDBITE: (English) Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA presidential candidate:3. 01:53 SOUNDBITE: (English) Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA presidential candidate:Source:SNTV.

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