The five FIFA presidential candidates meet in Miami on Friday with the election's most inscrutable voters who are deep in their own leadership race amid a financial crisis.
Nothing is simple these days with scandal-rocked CONCACAF which has had three recent presidents indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice in a sprawling FIFA bribery case.
Still, the 35 FIFA voting federations from North and Central America and the Caribbean could be decisive in the Feb. 26 election.
"Every member can make their own decision," Victor Montagliani, the Canadian Soccer Association's president, told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. "The CONCACAF...