SEPP BLATTER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Presenting our latest episode of Zillionaire Sports Executives Detached From Reality starring this tweet from Sepp Blatter.
Everyone in the global football community has a responsibility to act ethically. Football fans rightly demand this. FIFA has taken the lead.
— Joseph S Blatter (@SeppBlatter) September 19, 2014
That’s right, FIFA, who have been under investigation for corruption...
Former French diplomat Jerome Champagne has announced his intention of challenging Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency at next year’s elections.
Last week, Blatter announced that he would seek a fifth term in office as the head of world football’s governing body, citing ‘unfinished business’ as the main reason to run for re-election.
“You see a mission is never finished...
ZURICH (AP) Former FIFA international relations director Jerome Champagne has confirmed his plan to challenge President Sepp Blatter in next year's election.
Champagne wrote on his campaign website Monday that he informed FIFA's 209 member federations and the election supervisor, Domenico Scala, of his decision.
The French former diplomat launched his campaign in London...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago
ZURICH (AP) Former FIFA international relations director Jerome Champagne has confirmed his plan to challenge Sepp Blatter for the presidency next year.
Champagne writes on his campaign website that he informed FIFA's election supervisor, Domenico Scala, of his decision.
The French former diplomat launched his campaign in January, and said even then that he doubted he could beat...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago
In a report from The Sunday Times in England, an investigation conducted by them discovered that three members of the FIFA Executive Committee including US Soccer President Sunil Gulati, Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan and Moya Dodd of Australia refused $25,000 watches from FIFA sponsor Parmigiani during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The three Committee members reported...
Sepp Blatter confirmed that he will run for a fifth term as president of FIFA despite saying previously that he had not intended to run again. He has since backed off those remarks, and all but made his candidacy official Monday.
Blatter, 78, has been the president of soccer's governing body since 1998.
Speaking at the Soccerex Global Convention in Manchester, Blatter announced...
The August 22nd issue of The FIFA Weekly contains a short profile of supreme leader FIFA President Sepp Blatter. There are plenty of very serious issues in FIFA that make it a punchline around the world – massive amounts of corruption, ineptitude, a lack of real action to battle racism, Qatar, etc. Oh, and did I mention massive amounts of corruption?
One of the most comical elements...
Fifa President Sepp Blatter with former South African President Mandela
Fifa President Sepp Blatter says bonus disputes arise because African players do not trust their federations.
Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria were involved in bonus disputes which distracted them at the World Cup, and Blatter says that is why Fifa decided to step in.
Ghana’s government failed to provide the money...
FIFA president Sepp Blatter was on the attack today, addressing the bribery claims levied against his organization on the eve of the World Cup. In addition to his “racist” accusations, during an address to FIFA Congress (which, at this point, sounds like a close cousin to the Imperial Senate), Blatter boasted about the popularity of the world’s most popular sporting event,...
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On Sunday night’s episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Oliver sent his sights on FIFA and president Sepp Blatter in advance of the World Cup. The commentary is absolutely spot-on and hilarious, and brings up some amazing comparisons.
So, if fans weren’t aware of how corrupt and disgusting of an organization FIFA was before this, they sure as hell are now. I highly...