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02 June 2015 18:51 Post ID: #551125 - in reply to #551122
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It was getting closer to him, perhaps someone made him an offer he could not refuse.

Football can only benefit from this as long as all the bad apples are rooted out.
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02 June 2015 19:58 Post ID: #551131 - in reply to #551125
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As always with these things, there is a downside. David Gill, having refused to take up his position on FIFA's Exec Committee whilst Splatter was President now says he will be happy to take it.





Edited by Rising 2/6/2015 19:59
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03 June 2015 06:58 Post ID: #551140 - in reply to #550815
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Resignation has been aseppted then?
Now his 2 IC is being investigated about a cool 10m that has been sent here and there by him or people working for him, on the internet.
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03 June 2015 07:33 Post ID: #551144 - in reply to #551140
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Daft. Unlike his boss who doesn't use email or does he own a mobile phone. Classic signs of being aware not to leave traces of your activity but not proof of wrong doing in itself.

Blaster mey be cleverer than I thought. Even his 'exit strategy' seems designed to maintain the illusion of innocence. Don't cancel the election; get yourself through the election door and acquire some legitimacy via a democratic process; then announce that you don't feel you have a complete mandate and you are taking a magnanimous decision to step aside 'for the good of football'. Had he resigned before the election this would have implied at worst guilt or at best responsibility. This way he has side stepped both.

The length of time before he officially departs is laughable though. Six months minimum?
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03 June 2015 09:48 Post ID: #551155 - in reply to #551144
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I like Dyke's idea of a set time you can be President
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03 June 2015 11:08 Post ID: #551158 - in reply to #551155
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Quite. Even the U.S. president can only serve for two terms
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04 June 2015 08:54 Post ID: #551181 - in reply to #551131
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Rising - 2/6/2015 19:58

As always with these things, there is a downside. David Gill, having refused to take up his position on FIFA's Exec Committee whilst Splatter was President now says he will be happy to take it.





Every silver lining has a cloud.

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04 June 2015 18:50 Post ID: #551221 - in reply to #551181
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Well, if Gill heads up FIFA, he won't have his dirty hands in UEFA and will have to focus on the international game, not us!
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04 June 2015 20:19 Post ID: #551228 - in reply to #551221
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Exactly PBM
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05 June 2015 06:03 Post ID: #551235 - in reply to #551228
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Hadn't thought of that, PBM. Good call.

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05 June 2015 14:59 Post ID: #551258 - in reply to #551235
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5M to Ireland to avoid an investigation re the Henry 'hand' goal in 2009
Went towards a new stadium I think they say.
Either way..it's a pay off which should not have been accepted!
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08 June 2015 13:49 Post ID: #551334 - in reply to #550815
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It's coming out now that Morocco won the 2010 vote, not South Africa. If it's all been rigged from the start, why have a bidding process? Why not just let everyone vote or keep it in the same spot every 4 years?
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09 June 2015 00:00 Post ID: #551345 - in reply to #550815
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It is claimed by the Americans that the corruption at FIFA amounts to $150 million.
That sounds like a lot of sleazy money, but this figure pales in significance to the amount of corruption and criminality attributable to Wall Street banks and other Western financial institutions. For example, British bank HSBC alone has been caught running tax evasion, money-laundering for drug cartels and other illicit schemes that is estimated at $180 billion – or more than a thousand-fold the scale of criminality alleged at FIFA. High-level US involvement in targeting FIFA strongly suggests a political direction being given by the Obama administration.The Americans and their trusty British ally are using the issue of alleged corruption in World Cup organising body, FIFA, as a stalking horse to further get at Russia over the geopolitical tensions in Ukraine. Another reason Blatter and FIFA became a target for US regime change (see Iraq, Afghanistan,Libya etc) was it's stance on Israel. That's how things work these days ....
http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/...A-would-spell-end-of-world-so...
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25 September 2015 19:20 Post ID: #556356 - in reply to #550815
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Rising - 27/5/2015 10:06


Well, it looks like at long last some well overdue chickens are coming home to roost!
:clap: :clap: :clap:



And the biggest Cock of the lot is having his collar well and truly felt now.
Got to hand it to our cousins across the pond, once they set their sights, they don't give up.
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