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Would you say that the use of "case in point" is correct in the sentence below?
Sports federations are criticized for being insufficiently democratic. As a case in point, the richer football clubs seek a more direct role in the decision-making process. FIFA and UEFA, on the other hand, maintain that the current form of representation, which gives clubs a voice through their national associations, is adequate, and that the organizational efficiency and essential values of sport would suffer if major clubs were permitted more influence.
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