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Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated FIFA boss Sepp Blatter on his re-election as head of football's governing body, the Kremlin said Saturday, despite a high-profile corruption scandal rocking the game.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated FIFA boss Sepp Blatter on his re-election as head of football's governing body, the Kremlin said Saturday, despite a high-profile corruption scandal rocking the game.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated FIFA boss Sepp Blatter on his re-election as head of football's governing body, the Kremlin said Saturday, despite a high-profile corruption scandal rocking the game.

"Putin expressed certainty that Blatter's experience, professionalism and high level of authority will further allow him to spread the geographical reach and popularity of football," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, Russian news agencies reported.

Blatter -who has led FIFA since 1998 - won a fifth term as president on Friday when his challenger Prince Ali withdrew after the first round of voting.

Putin - who is gearing up to host the next World Cup in 2018 - had lashed out at a US probe that saw top FIFA officials dramatically arrested ahead of the vote as an attempt to stop Blatter's re-election.

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