Hack will serve on top Fifa committee

The World governing soccer body, Fifa, has once again recognised South Africa's role in administering the beautiful game.

The World governing soccer body, Fifa, has once again recognised South Africa's role in administering the beautiful game.

Fifa has appointed Safa's chief executive, Raymond Hack, to serve on its disciplinary committee for the next four years.

The newly appointed Fifa secretary general, Jerome Valke, has congratulated Hack, saying: "We wish you success and enjoyment in your future activities for Fifa and looking forward to your constructive cooperation."

Full membership:

Jim Boyce - Northern Ireland;

Horace Burrel - Jamaica;

Lars-Ake Lagrell - Sweden;

Alfredo Hawit Banegas - Honduras; Muhammad Sahu Khan - Fij; Omari Selemani - Democratic Republic of Congo; Juan Angel Napout - Paraguay; Mike Edwards - US;

Charles Guy - New Caledonia;

Hamid Haddadj - Algeria;

Haralampie Hadzi-Risteski - Macedonia;

Martin Hong - Hong Kong;

Peter Rees - Wales;

Mario Semedo - Cape Verde Islands;

Robert Walser - Liechtenstein;

Raymond Hack - South Africa.

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