Head of Macedonian Football Federation caught bribing Voters ahead of Elections


Police has detained the head of the Macedonian Football Federation Muhamed Sejdini after being reported that he was handing out bribes (cash) to voters in the town of Kichevo. What made it worse for Sejdini is that he used three FFM vehicles for his trip while being accompanied by DUI activists.

This is incredibly embarrassing, not just to the FFM, but to UEFA and FIFA considering both sporting governing bodies forbid any sort of political involvement by their member federations.

Sejdini should have been focused on fixing football matches, but it looks like he expanded his portfolio to include fixing elections.

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