Poland have down from a row that had threatened to lead to the suspension of the national team from international competition, just hours before the arrival of FIFA chief Sepp Blatter in Warsaw.
The Sports Ministry has reinstated the Polish FA’s board which was suspended in January in the wake of a corruption scandal that has seen dozens of club and football association officials detained.
FIFA rejects any interference in FA affairs by external bodies and had said the Polish national team and its clubs would be banned from international matches unless the suspension was reversed.
“If Blatter is coming to Poland (today) it is a 100 percent guarantee that our team will not be suspended,” reinstated FA chief Michal Listkiewicz told news channel TVN 24.
“My first decision (after reinstatement) is to summon the first board meeting and this meeting will aim to call a congress, for sure in the first half of April,” he said.
The affair had international ramifications with the Ukrainian Federation accusing Polish Sports Minister Tomasz Lipiec of undermining a joint bid by the two countries to host the Euro 2012 finals.