tflags wrote:Reinhart wrote:I wouldn't trust Platini with the presidency.
Yes, other than your usual power vacuum structure, you'll end up with a second off the pitch referee, four linesmen, and a first referee for each half of the pitch. None of them will be able to see correctly if the ball crossed Neuer's goal line.
RedQueen wrote:(maybe there's literally no other option to get the World Cup to your country than to engage in whatever form of bribery) is another matter. If it turns out that more or less every host decision for the FIFA world cup for the past decad
RedQueen wrote:The problem is that FIFA (like the IOC and other organization) is composed of all kinds of countries from all over the world, and no matter public eulogia asserting the contrary, in many countries corruption isn't viewed the same way we do. Corruption in many countries has been considered a normal way of doing business for decades and centuries.
RedQueen wrote:The point of interest is, he is in jail.
RedQueen wrote:I never said there's no corruption in Germany. At least I'm aware we're a long way from level with Scandinavian countries.
MUTU wrote:Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona has decided to stand as a candidate for the FIFA presidency to replace Sepp Blatter, Uruguayan journalist and author Victor Hugo Morales has said. [source]
Is he still on cocaine?
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