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27 May 2015 21:26 Post ID: #277671
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So now we have some definitive action on the secret world of FIFA

Finally they have become not above the law

Hopefully further investigations will snare Blatter.

In our democratic arliament, if you mislead, you resign.

If anything blatently wrong occurs on your watch, as it has done over Blatters reign to a sever degree, then you fall on your sword.

His tenure of the Presidency now is non-viable, non-supportable.

His re-election would simply condone what has carried on despite all the posturing and become an attempt to keep him in the clear.

We dont elect, nor want to elect, Presidents on that basis or on personal fears of loss.

He has to go, but his is staying for his own personal selfish reasons.

As Gary Lineker tweeted
"If Blatter had even a crumb of dignity remaining, he'd walk away now, creep back to his lair, sit in his armchair and stroke his cat."

But the cat cant vote.
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27 May 2015 21:56 Post ID: #277675 - in reply to #277671
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That vote for Quatar always seemed a bit suspicious
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27 May 2015 22:17 Post ID: #277676 - in reply to #277675
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Hope his cell is not as comfortably as Groutys
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28 May 2015 14:09 Post ID: #277709 - in reply to #277671
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Bet The FBI ain't too far out ..... Rotten and corrupt to the core
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29 May 2015 21:14 Post ID: #277743 - in reply to #277709
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Qatar in the summer? It's only 120 degrees.
Perfect for running around a footy pitch.
You could tell FIFA was corrupt on that alone.
No-one in their right mind would have even considered it.
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29 May 2015 22:11 Post ID: #277744 - in reply to #277671
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Master Blaster re-elected as expected and then instantly sheds the Presios responsibility to the Exec Committee and blames those arrested as individuals - they are not individuals, they are elected members of a body called FIFA. Blaster then calls the Exec Committe a "government" - and here it is - he wants to be a head of state, so he proclaims his own "government". Any government representative, which he and the arrested are, are obliged to fall on their sword should they not be above reproach. Not Blaster - no - he's above all that. Squeaky clean.

I think not. All the mess with FIFA has been on his watch. If he didnt know about any of this then he isnt doing his job and should resign, and quite frankly it seems unconcievable that he didnt know anything at all. If he did know then he's condoned it becuase FIFA have not acted and he should be sacked and even possibly accounted for as an accomplice.

For a person to want to be a head of state by using a company, which FIFA is and not a country, means they will want things their way - and their way it shall be.

To survive, others have to do "the dirty work". Com-sar the FBI had to do something to protect the football world, not Blatter as he so espouses. He's failed in his responsibilty as President under any western democratic system.

Its my belief that Blaster had solely decided Qatar were going to get the 2022 WC well before any call for nominations were made.

Then the issue of the summer temperatures came up. Who said the event will be changed to winter- Blaster. Totally against the conditions of the competition to gain the rights, totally against every other submitter and ignores other countries expensive submissions which proved to be a total waste of time, effort and money, and in the process, wrecks every other nations traditional competition schedules to an enormous effect even at one stage threatening Xmas, and the world is told to get over it and reschedule as they have enough time. THAT is a dictator, not a President.

Blaster has effectively snubbed Australia to the point that they are unlikely to get a WC until late this century, if at all, as the "sharing" process of north and south hemispheres preclude any earlier, whilst other countries will be awarded multiple repeat approvals for the competition. So much for sharing to the football world. Failed again.

Australia has hosted every major event except the WC and the Winter Olympics ( we dont have that high a mountains or that much snow but we could do it). It's due.

Personally I would not ever grant Blaster an entry visa to Australia as he is against this country and seemingly Europe.

I'm not holding my breath - wont be in my lifetime.

Edited by Steve from Oz 29/5/2015 22:12
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31 May 2015 09:29 Post ID: #277762 - in reply to #277671
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I shake my head at all this.

Sepp Blatter has sought to downplay the US criminal proceedings launched against officials of world football's governing body describing the issue as "infractions" involving a marketing company operating in the Americas.

How come two vice presidents of FIFA have been indicted?. Conflict of interest existed if that is the case.
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"I don't see how Fifa should have been directly affected by this,"

What!!!!!???? - Vice Presidents involved!!!!!
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He refused to accept that he was responsible for the culture of corruption which has damaged Fifa's reputation.

What!!!!???? - Its related to the World Cups!!!!!
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"It's no longer a storm, it's less strong at the moment"

The cyclonic eye yet to arrive maybe.
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He criticised UEFA for not setting up an ethics committee along the lines of Fifa's own, to "set an example" to other, less wealthy and influential regional confederations.

Corruption allegations and arrests and indictments an example then of setting a good ethics example - mind boggling,
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He suspected the arrests were an attempt to "interfere with the congress" at which he was re-elected. "I am not certain, but it doesn't smell good," he said.

You're dead right it doesnt smell good - but its not the timing of the arrests - its the corruption that is apparently now to be exposed under your watch.
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"I am the president now, the president of everybody,"

Didnt realise he'd been elected to sit over the whole world, did you?
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When asked if he foresaw any cultural problems for gay people at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (apparently this was a joke): "I'd say they should refrain from any sexual activities"

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On John Terry's removal as England team captain following an alleged affair in 2010: "This is a special approach in the Anglo-Saxon countries. If this had happened in, let's say, Latin countries then I think he would have been applauded"

and the cruncher

On women's football, in 2004: "They could, for example, have tighter shorts. Female players are pretty, if you excuse me for saying so, and they already have some different rules to men - such as playing with a lighter ball. That decision was taken to create a more female aesthetic, so why not do it in fashion?"

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31 May 2015 12:00 Post ID: #277768 - in reply to #277671
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Prince William President of the FA

Royal delivered shaft at its best.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-32949145
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02 June 2015 22:25 Post ID: #277816 - in reply to #277671
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Blatter gone - yehaaaaaaaa - now football can transform
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20 October 2015 16:22 Post ID: #284413 - in reply to #277671
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no shocks really, stupid old man blatter. but i bet plenty of officials in premier league are just as corrupt
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