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FIFA And Sepp Blatter
 
# 1 : Friday 25-9-2015 @ 23:58
 
 
Do you think that it is time for Sepp Blatter to leave?
Fifa really needs to think about the organisation and not just the head of the organisation
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# 2 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 00:05
 
 
He is an 'effing maggot,a bloated cheating bastard who should be forced to bend down in front of a goal post at Wembley and be kicked into the back of the net via a boot in the hole from a centre forward that he has cheated out of a career.
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# 3 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 00:11
 
 
Personally speaking I hope he goes to jail, the bloody arrogant little p*ick he should have left months ago but no he thought he was bigger.
Hopefully now with this criminal case he will go.
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# 4 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 00:20
 
 
A typical rich bastard drunk on his own power,arrogant pig. If he was Irish and on trial here he would be hired as an advisor to his cronies.
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# 5 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 01:41
 
 
Was Sepp Blatter behind the decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in deeply backward Quatar?
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# 6 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 01:44
 
 
Someone said :
Do you think that it is time for Sepp Blatter to leave?
Fifa really needs to think about the organisation and not just the head of the organisation

I think he's great and it's all just a media smear campaign! #teamblatter
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# 7 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 02:32
 
 
With all the investigations that were going on I was surprised he was even allowed back into his office, let alone to continue on as president. It's like giving the crooked cop access to the evidence room. Im sure he spends most of his day pressing the delete key and shredding papers. I'd be amazed if by the time they have finished investigating him that he’s left any evidence to say he even worked there, never mind been involved in anything illegal. The only paper work he'll leave is where they are to send his pension and complimentary world cup tickets.
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# 8 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 10:14
 
 
Someone said :
Was Sepp Blatter behind the decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in deeply backward Quatar?

It wasn't really a decision, it's supposed to be a tender process but it was probably fixed. It's going to be in November in 2022.
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# 9 : Saturday 26-9-2015 @ 16:21
 
 
Someone said :
Was Sepp Blatter behind the decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in deeply backward Quatar?

Was suppose to be a secret ballot (now I wonder who was in on it......) all these allegations started after the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 world cups to Russia and Quatar - there was supposedly backhanders for both... will be interesting what happens.
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# 10 : Friday 2-10-2015 @ 22:20
 
 

Sepp Blatter: Coca-Cola among sponsors saying Fifa boss must go

Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not resign despite sponsors Coca-Cola, Visa, Budweiser and McDonald's calling for him to step down immediately.

The major sponsors each issued statements saying Blatter should resign after Swiss criminal proceedings were opened against him last week.

Coca-Cola took the first step, saying: "Every day that passes Fifa's image and reputation continues to tarnish."

McDonald's said Blatter going would be "in the best interest of the game".

The 79-year-old is accused by Swiss prosecutors of signing a contract that was "unfavourable to Fifa" and making a "disloyal payment" to Uefa president Michel Platini but denies any wrongdoing.

In a statement released through his lawyers on Friday, Blatter said resigning now "would not be in the best interest of Fifa, nor would it advance the process of reform".

Blatter was re-elected for a fifth term as president of world football's governing body in May, but the election was overshadowed when seven seven Fifa officials were arrested in dawn raids at a five-star Zurich hotel at the request of the United States.

The US indicted 14 current and former Fifa officials and associates on charges of "rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted" corruption following a major inquiry by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Blatter later announced he would be stepping down as president, but not until February 2016.

On Monday, Blatter had already said through lawyers he would not resign before then, despite criminal proceedings being opened against him.

He has said the 2011 £1.5m payment made to Platini, the head of European football's governing body, was "valid compensation and nothing more".

Platini, 60, has said he received the payment for work as Blatter's technical advisor between 1999 and 2002 and has written a letter to Uefa members denying any wrongdoing.

The contract described by Swiss prosecutors as "unfavourable to Fifa" is thought to refer to a 2005 TV rights deal between Fifa and Jack Warner, the former president of Concacaf, the governing body of football in North and Central America and the Caribbean.

According to an investigation by Swiss broadcaster SRF in September, the deal allegedly resulted in a multi-million pound profit for Warner's company.

Meanwhile, a separate Swiss investigation is looking into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, which will be held in Russia and Qatar respectively.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/34430729?ns_mchannel=social&n etc ...
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# 11 : Saturday 3-10-2015 @ 06:19
 
 
Even now if a vote of confidence was held he might win - not becsuse he deserves to but because throughout history the sporting Establishment has rarely prioritised moral considerations. Remember the Berlin Olympics in 1936? Also the Beijing Olympics recently. They really have no shame. Its a business and while the players are usually of good character, the same often cannot be said of those charged with running the sport in the global sense.
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# 12 : Saturday 3-10-2015 @ 06:21
 
 
I am so glad I am not a football fan and have nothing to do with this fucking criminal cunts.

Ice Hockey for life!
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# 13 : Wednesday 11-11-2015 @ 18:09
 
 
Sepp Blatter: Fifa president in hospital after 'small breakdown'

Suspended Fifa president Sepp Blatter is in hospital after what has been called a "small emotional breakdown".
Blatter, 79, who has led world football's governing body for 18 years, was provisionally suspended for 90 days last month amid a corruption scandal.
It is understood he suffered what has been called "a nervous shock" but is expected to make a full recovery.
Blatter is set to remain in hospital until next Tuesday after being admitted initially for a check-up last week.
Five days ago, Blatter's lawyer Richard Cullen said the Swiss had undergone stress-related health checks in hospital, but added: "He is fine and expects to be home shortly."

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/34787547
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# 14 : Wednesday 11-11-2015 @ 18:15
 
 
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# 15 : Wednesday 11-11-2015 @ 19:51
 
 
Someone said :
I am so glad I am not a football fan and have nothing to do with this fucking criminal cunts.

Ice Hockey for life!

Punching the Heads of people is much more noble of course..
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