Supermarket Chain Morrisons Seek £1m Compensation From FIFA For ‘Unfair’ World Cup Vote

Chris Wright

13th, December 2010

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By Chris Wright

Supermarket chain Morrisons have called upon FIFA to dole out £1 million in the way of compensation to British ‘grassroots’ football, in return for what they are calling an ‘unfair’ World Cup bidding process.

The supermarket have also apparently detailed lawyers in Switzerland to examine whether or not compensation can be legally claimed.

‘Why are they so concerned over FIFA’s bung-happy antics?’ I hear you cry in unison.

Well, it just so turns out that Morrisons were one of the unsuccessful England 2018 bid team’s principle sponsors, i.e. it was their ill-invested cashola

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  1. Tom Jones says:

    What a stupid Supermarket chain. You lost fair and square so shut the fuck up will you?

  2. Montesquieu says:

    What Milton Keynes can do for you?

    Vanish from existence.

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