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روما -أ ف ب: تفاقمت الأزمة التي يعانيها اتحاد كرة القدم الإيطالية منذ فشل منتخبه في بلوغ نهائيات كأس العالم 2018، مع عدم تمكن الاتحاد من انتخاب رئيس جديد خلفا لكلاوديو تافيكيو الذي استقال قبل أكثر من شهرين.

وبعد جمعية عمومية وأكثر من جولة اقتراع، فشل أي من المرشحين الثلاثة – رئيس رابطة الهواة كاسيمو سيبيليا، ورئيس رابطة الدرجة الثالثة جابرييلي جرافيننا، ورئيس رابطة اللاعبين المحترفين الدولي السابق داميانو توماسي، في نيل الغالبية المطلوبة للفوز.

وأقيمت عملية الاقتراع أمس على رغم دعوة رئيس اللجنة الأولمبية الايطالية جيوفاني مالاجو إلى إرجائها.

Cosimo Sibilia, one of the candidates, speaks to journalists as he arrives at an election for the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) presidency in Rome, Italy, January 29, 2018. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Lazio’s President Claudio Lotito arrives during an election for the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) presidency in Rome, Italy, January 29, 2018. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

(FromL) The three candidates to the presidency of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) Damiano Tommasi, Cosimo Sibilia and Gabriele Gravina attend the meeting to elect a new president in Rome on January 29, 2018. Three candidates are expected to go forward at the vote before the FIGC general assembly in Rome — Amateur League president Cosimo Sibilia, Lega Pro (third division) chief Gabriele Gravina and Damiano Tommasi head of the Italian Players’ Union. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO

(FromL) The three candidates to the presidency of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) Damiano Tommasi, Cosimo Sibilia and Gabriele Gravina attend the meeting to elect a new president in Rome on January 29, 2018. Three candidates are expected to go forward at the vote before the FIGC general assembly in Rome — Amateur League president Cosimo Sibilia, Lega Pro (third division) chief Gabriele Gravina and Damiano Tommasi head of the Italian Players’ Union. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO

Former Italian Football Federation (FIGC) President Carlo Tavecchio speaks during the meeting to elect a new president in Rome on January 29, 2018. Three candidates are expected to go forward at the vote before the FIGC general assembly in Rome — Amateur League president Cosimo Sibilia, Lega Pro (third division) chief Gabriele Gravina and Damiano Tommasi head of the Italian Players’ Union. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO

Cosimo Sibilia (L) one of the three candidates to the presidency of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) delivers a speech ahead of the vote in Rome on January 29, 2018. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO

Gabriele Gravina (C), one of the three candidates to the presidency of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) reacts next to outgoing FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio, during a meeting ahead of the vote in Rome on January 29, 2018. Three candidates are expected to go forward at the vote before the FIGC general assembly in Rome — Amateur League president Cosimo Sibilia, Lega Pro (third division) chief Gabriele Gravina and Damiano Tommasi head of the Italian Players’ Union. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO

Gabriele Gravina, one of the three candidates to the presidency of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) talks on his smartphone during a meeting ahead of the vote in Rome on January 29, 2018. Three candidates are expected to go forward at the vote before the FIGC general assembly in Rome — Amateur League president Cosimo Sibilia, Lega Pro (third division) chief Gabriele Gravina and Damiano Tommasi head of the Italian Players’ Union. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO

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