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Georgia to complain to FIFA about Russia2010-02-05 14:27
In February 17th Zviad Sichinava, President of the Georgian Football Federation, will negoatiate with Joseph Blatter, FIFA President.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The "Russian issue" will be one of the central at the meeting, the VZGLYAD reports citing to the Lelo.
In particular, Sichinava wonders why he wasn't invited to the meeting of FIFA President with heads of football federations of post-Soviet space. The meeting was held in mid January in Moscow.
He explained in Moscow he had intended to clear out the issue of citizenship of footballers from Georgia, playing in Russia, to define who of them would be able to play for the national team.
In Geneva he also hopes to get strong confirmation that under no circumstances clubs from Abkhazia and South Ossetia will be able to play in Russian championships.