Gianni Infantino, the president of the FIFA, knows how to win
Infantino has all the support he needs to win another term. That's the problem, critics say. They can't vote.
Gianni Infantino's friendliness hardly matters in presidential politics.
In stadium suites and marbled lobbies, soccer officials grab handshakes and facetime. Hear the federation presidents thank Infantino for the latest funding round.
In 2016, Infantino became FIFA's president. FIFA had asked the Swiss lawyer months earlier to join a small group of soccer officials.The Reformer
Infantino rarely gives interviews, but those close to him say he has little choice but to take a hands-on approach.Power and Position
In contrast to the principles he helped develop seven years ago, Infantino has refashioned himself as a de facto executive president, cultivating a profile that regularly puts him
A win over critics may not be Infantino's top priority next term. UEFA and FIFA officials drew up a series of "red lines" before last year's World Cup. Ceferin and Infantino were n