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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Russia's football federation today elected a new president amid speculation that Guus Hiddink is about to quit as coach of the national team and take up a new role with Turkey.
Delegates voted in Sergei Fursenko -- the former president of Zenit St Petersburg -- as the federation's new head. Fursenko comfortably defeated his nearest rival, the businessman Alisher Aminov, by 95 votes to 11, in a secret ballot this morning in Moscow's Kosmos hotel.
Fursenko's urgent chief task will be to hold negotiations with Hiddink, whose contract expires at the end of June. The Dutchman has refused to say whether he intends to prolong his contract …