ZURICH, SWITZERLAND – OCTOBER 20: The FIFA logo is seen outside the FIFA headquarters prior to the FIFA Executive Committee Meeting on October 20, 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland. During this third meeting of the year, held on two days, the FIFA Executive Committee will approve the match schedules for the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)

The FIFA Corruption Scandal Roundup – Day 4

Because the news of the FIFA Corruption Scandal has been coming thick and fast, we at 32 Flags want to give you a daily wrap up of the days’ proceedings as well as reflect back on some things we talked about throughout the day. This is “The FIFA Corruption Scandal Roundup.”

More Indictments

The New York Times is reporting another round of indictments is likely to happen within and outside of FIFA.

Blatter Already Not Fulfilling Promises

Can’t say anyone around here is shocked Sepp Blatter is already not fulfilling his promises made running for FIFA President. It’s only been 24 hours and…

Blatter’s “Non Presidential” Interview

Speaking of Sepp, Blatter gave an interview with Swiss television where he finally went off on the indictments saying that the US is only pursuing indictments for losing the 2022 World Cup hosting job to Qatar.


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