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Fifa congress will ask Sepp Blatter to step aside in 2013 – report Current Fifa president will be asked to step down in two years by members of Wednesday’s congress in Zurich in which he is expect to be reconfirmed as leader By Salvatore Landolina May 31, 2011

President Sepp Blatter will be advised to step aside in 2013 when representatives of the 208-member association gather in Wednesday’s congress for the presidential elections. Dagbladet claims leaders of the most powerful associations will ask the embattled president to step down in 2013, thus taking on a two-year leadership if he is re-elected. It is said negotiations among Fifa officials are taking place in Zurich ahead of tomorrow’s election in which they are discussing the possibility of Blatter maintaining his position temporarily while they find a replacement. Blatter stands unopposed in the election race following the withdrawal of suspended AFC president Mohamed Bin Hammam. He pulled out after some of Fifa’s most senior members were accused of corruption. Blatter denied there was a crisis in his organisation amid a clammer of calls for something to be done in regards to the corruption claims which have dogged Fifa recently.

Word is though that FIFA took money or a bribe and handed Qatar the 2022 World Cup. How true is this knowing that the Arabs obviously have a lot of money and riches. Blatter denies any wrong doing. As far as South Africa is concerned Im glad all of this has surfaced after 2010. But we have reasons also to SLAM FIFA. The New Zealender that cost us 2006 as well as our poor Danny who did so much to bring 2010 to SA and in the end Id say he was hard done buy. After all this now We ask ourselves “IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT,WILL SOMEONE LOSE THEIR ETHICS AND MORALS. HAS MONEY TAKEN OVER THE HEART OF FOOTBALL. Because in the past Footie was all about passion and Heart

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