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Worawi Makudi eyes AFC presidency

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The controversial head of Thai football has thrown his hat into the ring for the leadership of turmoil-plagued Asian football, as a report said Bahrain's boss would also stand in coming elections. 

Football Association of Thailand chief Worawi Makudi attends a press conference in Bangkok on September 20, 2012. The controversial head of Thai football has thrown his hat into the ring for the leadership of turmoil-plagued Asian football, as a report said Bahrain's boss would also stand in coming elections.

Football Association of Thailand chief Worawi Makudi said he would seek to heal the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) if elected leader of the body, which is seeking a replacement for its scandal-hit former boss Mohamed bin Hammam.

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