CONCACAF has not agreed to back FIFA presidential hopeful Michel Platini, the head of the influential Caribbean Football Union (CFU) said on Thursday, saying such a claim is "just politics."
The governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean has 35 votes in the Feb. 26, 2015, election to replace outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
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Platini is the early front-runner, but CFU president Gordon Derrick said CONCACAF has not formally agreed to support him.
"I know that no one has...