Fifa endorses Bwalya as legitimate president of Faz.

Faz President Kalusha Bwalya
Bwalya is recognised as the legitimate president of Faz by Fifa
Fifa has declared Kalusha Bwalya as the legitimate president of the Football Association of Zambia (Faz).
Football's world governing body made this known after a meeting of stake-holders in Zambian football in Zurich.
A rival group has challenged the leadership of Bwalya, calling it illegitimate.
But a statement on the Fifa website after the meeting has reconfirmed the former captain of the Zambian national team as the head of football in the country.
The statement also said aggrieved members of Faz could table a motion of no-confidence against Bwalya and his Executive Committee if they so wished.
"In the event that some Faz members want to, such a motion would have to be presented at the next general council scheduled [for] March 2011, following the proper procedures established in the Faz statutes," the statement said.
It went on to say that such a motion has to be lodged with the Faz Secretary-General at least 21 days before the date of the meeting.
"This notification can be copied to Fifa and Caf, which in turn will make sure that it is properly addressed by the Faz general secretariat," the statement continued.
Faz was thrown into turmoil in September when four members of its executive committee resigned, citing differences with Bwalya.
Bwalya, the 1988 African Footballer of the Year, responded by co-opting a number of members on to his committee - a move deemed valid by Fifa.
But a group led by businessman Andrew Kamanga - dismissed as "football anarchists" by Bwalya - argued that the decision to co-opt new members on to the Faz executive committee has no legal basis.
Reacting to Fifa's statement, Kamanga, who was also at the meeting, said he was happy with Fifa's stand.
"This is what we've wanted all along," he told the BBC. "Fifa has recognised that there is an underlying problem with [Bwalya's] legitimacy.
"This is why they've said we should go and table a motion for a vote of no-confidence.
"From our side we are satisfied that we will have elections come the next general meeting in March," Kamanga continued.
For their part, the Bwalya-led faction also welcomed the statement.
Eric Mwanza, a spokesman for Faz, said it was a very successful meeting.
"Fifa has made it very clear that there is only one Faz and it is headed by Kalusha Bwalya," he said.
"Fifa went on to say they'll never recognise any other faction," Mwanza continued.
The Kamanga-led faction also confirmed that they would table a vote of no-confidence come March 2011.