Top S African soccer official resigns

JOHANNESBURG, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) -- The chief executive of the South African Football Association (SAFA), Raymond Hack, has resigned for undisclosed reason on Wednesday.

Hack made the announcement during a hastily arranged news conference at SAFA house here on Wednesday afternoon, according to the South African Press Association.

The reasons for Hack's resignation were not yet clear. The move comes just five months before South Africa host the FIFA World Cup.

There was some controversy around the election of Kirsten Nematandani as SAFA president in September last year.

Divisions emerged between the supporters of Danny Jordaan and Irvin Khoza, who were regarded as favorites for the post.

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