On June 1, 2011 Sepp Blatter, accompanied by members of his family, walked out onto the stage at Zurich’s Hallenstadion and accepted a bouquet of flowers, and with it, another four-year mandate as FIFA president.
The incumbent head of world football’s governing body, having first been elected in 1998, Blatter had run unopposed at the 61st FIFA Congress, his name the only one on the ballot. ...
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Kicking Back Comments: I don't think this is a completely horrible choice actually. Now FIFA Ex-comm member Villar ... or Valcke ... those are completely horrible.
How about some outside the box thinking on this one?
How about Collina?
Why not ... at least we would know there would be integrity from the top.