FIFA’s new president keeps Europe in control

February 27, 2016

Newly elected FIFA President Gianni Infantino reacts during a news conference at the Extraordinary FIFA Congress in Zurich, Switzerland February 26, 2016. Swiss football executive Gianni Infantino vowed on Friday to lead FIFA, the sport's world governing body, out of years of corruption and scandal after being elected president to succeed Sepp Blatter.      REUTERS/Ruben Sprich  TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTX28RK8

FIFA elects Swiss Gianni Infantino its new president. Reuters European Sports Editor Mitch Phillips on why European soccer leaders are applauding the decision. Plus, Former Arizona Diamondbacks owner Jerry Colangelo on a potentially problematic demographic issue that could hurt Major League Baseball. He also talks about his current role with the Philadelphia 76ers and his management style in this week’s episode of Keeping Score.

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