A profile of Caf President Issa Hayatou
On Sunday, the long-standing president of the Confederation of African Football - Issa Hayatou of Cameroon - will be voted into a final term in office.
He is running unopposed - after his only rival became ineligible to stand after African football's ruling body changed its statutes six months ago.
Having taken charge in the late eighties, Hayatou will have spent three decades running the continent's game when his mandate expires in four years' time.
The BBC's Piers Edwards has been assessing his years in power - as have some football fans in Cameroon.