Brazilian Football legend Zico intends to stand for the presidency of Fifa after admitting the corruption crisis in the sport's governing body has saddened him.
The 52-year-old, whose full name is Arthur Antunes Coimbra, said it was his "duty" to stand.
Current president Sepp Blatter announced he would stand down just four days after being re-elected last month.
Speaking at a crowded press conference at a football skills centre he runs in Rio de Janerio, Zico said: "It's sad for our sport to see what is happening in football today - the corruption... and the hard work of many other good people wasted - and I see it as my duty to use my experience and knowledge to try and stand for the presidency."
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