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Netherlands leads FIFA Top 10 shake-up

Published on July 03, 2015 with No Comments

FIFA president Sepp Blatter insisted he is not guilty of corruption despite the ongoing investigations into world football’s governing body. Blatter passionately denied any wrongdoing to German magazine Bunte despite two separate on-going Swiss and American investigations into FIFA. To anyone who accuses the 79year-old of corruption, Blatter has a clear response. “I will answer: Do you understand this word at all which you use? Anyone who accuses me of being corrupt must first of all prove it to me,“ he insisted. “No one can do that, because I am not corrupt.“ Blatter announced on June 2 that he would step down from the FIFA presidency at an extraordinary congress to be held between December this year and March 2016.


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