MONACO -- Touted as a potential FIFA president, Tokyo Sexwale is "weighing all options" before deciding if he will enter the governing body's election race.
The South African businessman and FIFA anti-discrimination task force member has support from some football officials to succeed Sepp Blatter.
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"I am just applying my mind and I will make it up in due course," Sexwale told reporters in a conference call on Thursday. "The question does not arise at this stage of what my final decision will be...