Browsing Sepp Blatter

Qatar World Cup – Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner Paid Millions

Posted on 18 Mar, 2014, by in Soccer

The controversy surrounding the 2022 World Cup in Qatar won’t die down, and through journalistic and federal investigation, documents linking payments of millions to Jack Warner, the former vice president of FIFA, by a company controlled by a former Qatari football official throw another suspicous, not to say inciminating light over the whole voting process. More

Cristiano Ronaldo Winning the Ballon d’Or Will Make the Award Even More Meaningless

Posted on 30 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

How important is the Ballon d’Or, really? Cristiano Ronaldo cares so much about it only because he always gets to stand on the podium while Lionel Messi gets to hold the trophy and smile to the cameras. However, no player is remembered to his greatness is measured by how many times he picked up these awards. More

Cristiano Ronaldo – The Best Player With a Diva Attitude

Posted on 22 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

The four-goal performance from Cristiano Ronaldo that put Portugal through into the World Cup might be the deciding factor in FIFA’s voting for the Ballon d’Or. Suddenly, realizing he might actually win this time, the Real Madrid star has made it publicly known that he might show up to the gala and do everyone a favor. More

Cristiano Ronaldo – The Best Form Of His Career

Posted on 10 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

There’s a fire burning in Cristiano Ronaldo. Maybe it’s designed to lead Real Madrid forward, to a champions or even the Champions League trophy. Maybe it’s about himself – his goals, a Pichichi trophy, the Ballon d’Or, and proving that he’s better than Lionel Messi, once and for all. More

The Sexy Football Calendar of 2014

Posted on 31 Oct, 2013, by in Babes

In 2013, it was all about the managers. In 2014, the sexy football calendar takes shots at the big wigs of the sport (Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini) and a player or two as well, giving a sexy, funny and insulting vision on some of the sport’s most powerful people, which shouldn’t be taken seriously all the time. More

Messi vs Ronaldo – Who Cares About Sepp Blatter?

Posted on 30 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

The latest set of idiotic things spoken by FIFA president Sepp Blatter helped reveal the vanity Cristiano Ronaldo is plagued with, and the lack of wits he or those running his social media operations for him possess, taking the whole comparison with Lionel Messi too seriously. More

2022 World Cup – Qatar, FIFA and Winter Make No Sense

Posted on 16 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

On one end of the spectrum? FIFA, Sepp Blatter and the chosen hosts of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar. On the other end? Almost everyone else, from the losing bidders, the top European leagues, Fox Spots and many many more, trying to make sure that the World Cup takes place in the summer, as it should, and preferably in a different country. More

Club Football More Important Than World Cup; Qatar Shouldn’t Host in 2022

Posted on 15 Aug, 2013, by in Soccer

While Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini seem quite confident that they can convince domestic leagues to change their calendars so the FIFA World Cup can be held in Qatar during winter months, the more reasonable solution would be to take away the 2022 hosting duties from the nation, who made a bid bases on their ability to host during the summer. More

Did Qatar Win 2022 World Cup Bid by Bribing?

Posted on 29 Jan, 2013, by in Soccer

Not too many people were happy when it was announced that Qatar will be the hosts of the 2022 World Cup, and allegations of bribery and other illegal suggestions came floating into the air, throwing FIFA once again into the arms of a corruption controversy. More

Good News From FIFA – Sepp Blatter Consideres Quitting in Two Years

Posted on 14 Sep, 2011, by in Soccer

Sepp Blatter isn’t planning on completing the full four years of his FIFA presidency term, according to rumors and sources, striking a deal with Michael Platini that will make the UEFA boss the chief of World football. I prefer Platini to Blatter, but not everything is peachy about this future change. More