Indonesia's bid to host the 2022 World Cup bid ends
England faces stiff competition to win the World Cup bids
Indonesia are out of the running to host the 2022 World Cup, football's governing body Fifa has said.
Fifa announced that Indonesia were no longer a candidate as they had failed to provide government guarantees.
"The government said their main concern was the people of the country and they would not support the bid," said Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke.
Meanwhile, a move to impose an eight-year limit on the office of Fifa president has been heavily defeated.
Asian federation chief Mohamed Bin Hammam had proposed the limit from 2011 onwards at the Fifa executive committee meeting in Zurich, but the motion was rejected by 15 votes to five with one abstention.
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