Football: Fifa members approve major reforms in bid to end culture of corruption

ZURICH (AFP) - Fifa's member associations approved major reforms at a congress on Friday  (Feb 26), part of world football's effort to end the culture of corruption that has plagued its governing body for years.

The measures were adopted by 179 members, while 22 voted against and seven others abstained at a congress in Zurich that will also elect a replacement to Fifa's disgraced president Sepp Blatter.