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Never Mind the FIFA Blatter & Platini, Corruption nearer home needs Investigation

The FA should be independently investigated along  the UK Referee’s and Linesmen.


The Radical


24th Feb 2016


There are far too many dodgy decisions in the Premier League and no doubt in lower divisions.

Are these officials private bank accounts ever investigated

or do brown envelopes pass?

Let us have a transparent and traceable investigations in to match officials.

And if no jiggery pokery is discovered then the fans deserve replay technology introduced at a team captains behest for penalties, sending off’s and dangerous play

No amount of wool pulling over my eyes will convince me the FA is clean.



Blatter and Platini lose Fifa appeals but have bans reduced

Outgoing Fifa president Sepp Blatter and suspended Uefa boss Michel Platini have had bans from all football-related activities upheld.


But the suspensions have been reduced from eight to six years by Fifa’s appeals committee.


Both were found guilty of breaches surrounding a £1.3m ($2m) “disloyal payment” to Platini.


They both deny any wrongdoing and Blatter has already said he will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.


Blatter, 79, said in a statement: “I am very disappointed by the appeal committee of Fifa and I will take it to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne.”


The committee said “activities and services rendered to Fifa, Uefa and football” was a mitigating factor.Fifa’s presidential election is due to take place on Friday to find Swiss Blatter’s replacement.


Blatter and Platini said the payment honoured a verbal or gentleman’s agreement made in 1998 for work carried out by the Frenchman when he was a technical advisor for Blatter.


The decision not to overturn the suspensions follows a 12-year ban imposed on Jerome Valcke, who was sacked as secretary general of world football’s governing body last month.


Valcke, the man responsible for running Fifa’s day-to-day administration, was found guilty of misconduct over the sale of World Cup tickets, abuse of travel expenses, attempting to sell TV rights below their market value and destruction of evidence.


He also denies wrongdoing.

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