The Japan Football Association reappointed Saburo Kawabuchi on Sunday to a new two-year term as president of the country’s soccer body.

It will be the third and final term as JFA head for Kawabuchi, 69, under the association’s rule requiring presidential candidates to be less than age 70 at the time of appointment.

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