Tomislav Karadžić has been re-elected as president of the Football Association of Serbia (FSS) for another four-year term.
Karadžić, who is 73, was re-elected unanimously at the association assembly in Belgrade. This will be his second mandate at the FSS helm. A former vice-president of the FA of Yugoslavia and FA of Serbia and Montenegro, Karadžić was the last president of the latter from 2005 to 2006.
Karadžić said that major tasks in the future would include the strengthening of domestic infrastructures, financial stability, work with all national teams and a reorganisation of the FSS to adapt to current-day circumstances. Another target – following the opening of the FSS sports centre – is the construction of a national stadium which could be used for UEFA competitions.
"I am proud because I have received a new mandate, but I also know very well how hard the work is ahead of us," Karadžić explained. "Serbian football must go straight forward, and all of us must give our utmost in the forthcoming period."
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