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Last week, FIFA President Sepp Blatter spoke for 45 minutes to the Oxford Union at Oxford University in England.
During the discussion, Blatter impersonated Ronaldo and compared him to a commander, blamed the UK media for misrepresenting him, called himself a Robin Hood, said that FIFA was not against goal-line technology, and defends his role as FIFA President to a crowd who, at times, asked some pointed questions.
A video featuring his complete speech and discussion is now available. Here it is:
Sepp Blatter’s Bizarre Address to Oxford University: Full Speech [VIDEO] is a post from World Soccer Talk.
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