Blatter not planning to retire

Fifa president Sepp Blatter says having a "mission" to reform the game "keeps him young", hinting that he plans to stay on in the role past 2015.

Speaking at the Concacaf Sport Summit in Grand Cayman, Blatter tells BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent Richard Conway that he is only 77 in "calendar years" but feels younger.

The Swiss has been head of the world governing body since 1998.

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