18 March, 2011

FIFA President Blatter faces rival; for the good of the game; let's hope this man wins:

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I hope the man on the right brings change to the only Global game  

The facts are simple; Joseph (Sepp) Blatter has served as President of the World's biggest game (FIFA) for far, far too long. 
Mohammed Bin Hammam has promised to reform FIFA's corruption-tainted top echelons if he is successful in ending the 13-year reign of its president Sepp Blatter in the June 1 elections.
The head of the Asian Football Confederation threw his name into the hat on Friday to end the prospect of the 75-year-old Blatter being re-elected unopposed.
For the Good of the Game FIFA should ditch Blatter
"I will always put in mind and consider among other things ... the demands from the public to keep FIFA and football organizations above accusations and suspicion of negative practice," Bin Hammam told reporters on Friday.
"I will always put into consideration the need of economically-underprivileged member associations to have more technical and financial support to enable them to close the gap between their nations and those of the advanced football nations."
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