Argentine chief Grondona hospitalized
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- Argentina Football Association chief Julio Grondona has been hospitalized.
Officials at the association said on Wednesday that Grondona felt "mildly indisposed" and was taken to a Buenos Aires hospital.
No other details were released.
Local media were reporting Grondona had a heart attack, but La Nacion newspaper said initial tests dismissed that.
The 82-year-old Grondona has been AFA president since 1979, and was a FIFA senior vice president.