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Sepp Blatter's successor as FIFA president must ensure fundamental changes are made to the world governing body, according to the FA's new chief executive Martin Glenn.
Glenn said UEFA president Michel Platini would be a "popular'' choice but that reforms of FIFA were just as important as the identity of the next president.
Blatter announced on June 2 he is to step down as president between December and March following the corruption crisis that has rocked FIFA.
Glenn, who took over as England FA...