England's Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says he would be "very surprised" if Sepp Blatter was still FIFA president in two years.
Blatter saw off the challenge from Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan after a week which saw seven FIFA officials arrested and 18 people connected to football indicted on corruption charges by the US justice department.
The Swiss won the first round by 133 votes to 73 and, after Prince Ali decided to withdraw ahead of the second round, the 79-year-old was installed...
Former FIFA presidential candidate Luis Figo has called the revelation of corruption in the organising body as the "worst nightmare" for football fans as he urged greater unity to protect the sport's reputation.
"These recent revelations are mind-blowing and have shocked all of us who love football," Figo told Network90 in a statement supplied to ESPN FC.