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The president of the Italian soccer federation, Gabriele Gravina, has been chosen as one of the two new vice presidents of the European soccer governing body, UEFA.
The news was confirmed at the meeting of the UEFA Executive Committee in Lisbon after the conclusion of the 47th UEFA Congress on Wednesday afternoon. Gravina has been FIGC president since October 2018, having won 97.2% of the vote at the time. His appointment to the Italian federation came after he resigned as president of Lega Pro earlier that month, which he had been in charge of since 2015.
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