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NEW Safa boss Leslie Sedibe is ready to start the ball rolling. But the new Safa chief executive officer could be out of his plum job before his contract expires in December.
This is if Danny Jordaan rejoins Safa immediately after the World Cup finals.
Jordaan is expected back at Safa at the end of the year, but the national body said yesterday that nothing will prevent the revered administrator from returning to Nasrec any time after the soccer fiesta, which ends on July 11.
"I'm happy to have joined Safa and I'm looking forward to the new challenges with the focus on development, especially in rural areas," said Sedibe, the former legal head of EMI Records.
"I urge all South Africans to rally behind Bafana Bafana during their preparations for the Cup and during the actual tournament."
Explaining the Jordaan issue, Safa vice president Mandla "Shoes" Mazibuko said: "Legally, Danny is still contracted to Safa as CEO."
The suave Sedibe, 37, replaced Raymond Hack, who was relieved of his duties on Monday.
"If Danny decides to come back soon after the World Cup, we will redeploy Les (Sedibe) because we can't afford to lose him," Mazibuko said.
Jordaan, who is likely to work for Fifa as a 2014 World Cup consultant in Brazil, said: "I'm the CEO of the organising committee, for now my focus is on the World Cup."
On the appointment of the Alexandra-born Sedibe, Safa president Kirsten Nematandani said: "Sedibe has a passion for football and the ability to help transform Safa into a world-class association."
Sedibe's appointment was also hailed by the ANC Youth League yesterday.
Safa plans to amend its constitution, which could see Jordaan become third elected vice president after Mazibuko and Mwelo Nonkonyana.
Irvin Khoza is also a vice president by virtue of being PSL chairperson.