Blatter in the clear, who'd have thought it?

#3
So, instead of the long overdue investigation into football corruption, it's going to be business as usual. If there was any justice Russia and Qatar would be stripped of the world cup and the competition would be rerun again. Not because I particularly want England to get it ( I don't) but because I hate seeing the cheating twats benefit from the corruption.
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
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#4
I think the decision should stand as Qatar will be a shambles but too late to show on the current mob, they should ban the insider trading which goes on as they reckon most of the hooky tickets come out of fifa with warner accounting for 40% of them. that would soon scare them away into some other corrupt field.

None of them give a toss about football (probably even less than me) and are just administrators in it for the money and prestige of being able to reduce world leaders to fawning simpletons (or was that just us?)

scrap the whole thing and start again, same for the IOC
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
Book Reviewer
#5
and the batley womens institute historical reenactment society.
 
#6
Football in general and FIFA in particular,is irredeemably corrupt.Does it matter? Not to me.It's a terrible game and far from 'beautiful' as is alleged.
 
#7
OK now this is all sorted can we just get down to proper business of determining which of the ONE candidates is most suitable to the job. OK we need someone who is corupt, only thinks about himself, no knowledge of football, someone who isnt interested in footballers, fans or improving the game....I VOTE FOR BLATTER...might even put a quid each way on him
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
Book Reviewer
#8
they should put that panorama reporter in the job.
 
#9
Low cloud must have prevented me seeing the pink, porcine creatures going by at tree top level.
 
#11
OK now this is all sorted can we just get down to proper business of determining which of the ONE candidates is most suitable to the job. OK we need someone who is corupt, only thinks about himself, no knowledge of football, someone who isnt interested in footballers, fans or improving the game....I VOTE FOR BLATTER...might even put a quid each way on him


I'll vote for Blair.
 
#12
It would appear that major FIFA sponsors-Coke and Adidas-have said that the present problems at FIFA are not good.Clearly if FIFA loses such sponsors,they may have problems finding large ones to take their place.This MAY bring FIFA to it's senses,but don't hold your breath!
 
#13
its football a game played by people who cant dress themselfs, or are busy raping underage girls and taking out injunctions to stop there WAGs gong to the police to report broken jaws

football stopped being a game for normal people when Man United dropped the Football Club from there badge and started payign a shaved gorrilla 200K a week to **** grannys
 
#14
they should put that panorama reporter in the job.
Even the English FA didn't have the balls to endorse the anti-corruption candidate who was trying to get official endorsement. They have 'abstained on principle'. That must have Blatter shaking in his boots!!!What's the worst thing that he could have done in response, not give us the World Cup?
 

TheIronDuke

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#15
I never thought I would ever say "I love Australia" but hey, I ******* love Australia.

*Link thing*

An Australian lawmaker has demanded FIFA "refunds" the A$45.6 million ($48.8 million) the country spent on its unsuccessful bid for the 2022 World Cup, following the corruption scandal plaguing the global soccer governing body.
Can we have our money back too, FIFA?
 
#16
It would appear that major FIFA sponsors-Coke and Adidas-have said that the present problems at FIFA are not good.Clearly if FIFA loses such sponsors,they may have problems finding large ones to take their place.This MAY bring FIFA to it's senses,but don't hold your breath!
Back out off the most popular sport in the world? Not likily. Pepsi and Nike would **** themselves stupid just thinking of the chance to jump in.
 

TheIronDuke

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#18
Back out off the most popular sport in the world? Not likily. Pepsi and Nike would **** themselves stupid just thinking of the chance to jump in.
Do a Google on 'Twitter'. Try and get the hang of it, then do a search on FIFA. Then get back to your chums Pepsi and Nike with your sage advice about brand alignment and social media equity.

Use this when you struggle with the long words Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary
 
#19
Do a Google on 'Twitter'. Try and get the hang of it, then do a search on FIFA. Then get back to your chums Pepsi and Nike with your sage advice about brand alignment and social media equity.

Use this when you struggle with the long words Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary
Talking your usual brand of crap? No surprise there then.

Do you think people really give a shit about who does what at FIFA?
Do you think no one is going to watch the next world cup in protest?
Do you think a couple of billion people watching the world cup final is an advertisers dream?

Are you going to answer with more ramblings?
 
#20
No major commercial sponsor is going to want to be associated with a corrupt governing body of any sport. 2018 World Cup is now further away than most people think. If sponsors walk away 2018 may not happen.
 

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