07 January, 2011

Absurd World of top-level football politics continues apace as South Korea's Chung Mong-Joon loses FIFA Vice-Presidency:

Good day for bigot Blatter (above)
Sad to see Chung Mong-Joon wave goodbye to Vice-Presidency
Sepp Blatter's grip on the FIFA Presidency was strengthened last night after one of his main critics: Chung Mong-Joon from South Korea was unseated from his position on FIFA's Executive Committee. This indeed is a sad revelation, as the more crticism and opposition the bigotted, racist, homophobic dinosaur Blatter faces - the better. Chung has been replaced as FIFA Vice-President by Prince Ali bin Al Hussein of Jordan. The fact that Al Hussein is only 35 years-old (and the youngest ever member of FIFA's Executive Committee) means that he is highly unlikely to "rock the boat" and will most likely back FIFA President Blatter and his corrupt, chroneeistic ways - to the hilt. 

A sad day indeed for FIFA.

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