‘Crisis, What Crisis?’ – Sepp Blatter Sees No Ships As FIFA Debacle Rumbles On

Chris Wright

31st, May 2011

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By Chris Wright

Never gets old…the photo, that is

Not that it really counts as ‘news’, but the current furore over the fact that FIFA is rotten to the core and riddled with corruption shows no sign of abating any time soon as the panicking ExCo members now begin to turn in and feed on themselves amidst a veritable crossfire of spurious allegations, attention-deferring besmirchery and reams of claims and counter-claims pertaining to various acts of bribery, glad-handing and greed.

Which, all in all, is nothing out of the ordinary ask Sepp:

“Crisis? What is a crisis? Football is not in a crisis. If you see the final match of the Champions League you must applaud. We are not in a crisis we are only in some difficulties and these will be solved inside our family.”

Mohamed Bin Hammam and Jack Warner, two of FIFA’s most prominent members, have both been temporarily suspended on bribery charges while a photograph of some of the cash alleged to have been

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  1. :) says:

    corrupt bastards. 2022 should’ve gone to australia

  2. Grant says:

    Nice roundup of the weekend’s news. I wholeheartedly recommend that anyone who is interested in the whole FIFA scandal check’s out Bill Archer’s stuff on bigsoccer.com. He’s been doing these stories about FIFA’s bullshit for years now, so he’s got plenty of experience covering all of the principals in this story. I don’t have anything to do with the website, either, I just have a ton of respect for the writing that he did this weekend.

  3. Gera says:

    Thanks Grant

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