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  #1316614 3-Jun-2015 09:45
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vexxxboy: wonder now if Oceania will get automatic entry into world cup, they were going to get it until NZ voted against Blatter. 


of course not. who wants to give up their place for us?
will south America? no
will Europe? no
will Asia? no
anyone? ... [silence]




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  #1316630 3-Jun-2015 10:07
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JWR:
Personally, I don't care if some international ball kicking game is corrupt.

But, WTF does that have to with America(US).

I mean the US cares little about Soccer.

I saw the video with the American Justice PR. They were so concerned about fairness in Football.

Ridiculous.

They should be more concerned with the corruption in their own country.

Don't they owe that to their taxpayers?





I understand they were concerned at possible deals being made within the US, and using their banking system. It was triggered after the internal FIFA corruption probe last year turned up...nothing

I am more interested to know why the Swiss authorities/Interpol have not acted themselves before now.

 
 
 
 


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  #1316637 3-Jun-2015 10:09
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bcos they're scared? they probably tipped the Feds off don't you reckon, and then used the Feds' faces as a mask




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  #1316686 3-Jun-2015 10:59
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incident between car no 1 (Blatter) and car no 99 (FIFA) is under investigation




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  #1316695 3-Jun-2015 11:10
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joker97:
vexxxboy: wonder now if Oceania will get automatic entry into world cup, they were going to get it until NZ voted against Blatter. 


of course not. who wants to give up their place for us?
will south America? no
will Europe? no
will Asia? no
anyone? ... [silence]


actually... I forgot about the Prince. If a king issues a decree ...




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  #1316746 3-Jun-2015 12:08
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joker97:
joker97:
vexxxboy: wonder now if Oceania will get automatic entry into world cup, they were going to get it until NZ voted against Blatter. 


of course not. who wants to give up their place for us?
will south America? no
will Europe? no
will Asia? no
anyone? ... [silence]


actually... I forgot about the Prince. If a king issues a decree ...


if they can get shafted for voting for the Prince then if he is elected , they can get rewarded.




Common sense is not as common as you think.


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  #1317123 4-Jun-2015 07:46
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The whole thing is a waste of time and money, sack them all and shut it down. I would rather watch paint dry.

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