Jordaan not looking to return as Safa chief

By Andy Rice 21 July 2010

Danny Jordaan, who was widely expected to want to hop back into his old job as chief executive of the SA Football Association once his tenure at the World Cup Local Organising Committee ended, has said he's not really interested. Leslie Sedibe, the current Safa CEO, could just see his 12-month contract being renewed after all.  Read more: Sport24

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