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Sepp Blatter - Tool or Not?

MinstrelMan Avatar
8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
English hater

Today he states that football is like modern day slavery with players being tied up to clubs and if they want to leave they should be able to.

They are on 100k a week!!!! and its called a contract! if thats modern day slavery then by all means, sign me up!!!

Discuss.....
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Take it you're a United fan MM :-D
#2
He's a tool but he's backing Ronaldo to leave so he has something going for him.
#3
lol i did think he was tool, but along with platini he really doesn't like english clubs specifically man u so he cant be all bad ha ha
#4
midlandscomics
Take it you're a United fan MM :-D


I am but he'd still be a tool just for the comments he comes out with.

Like the amount of foreign players, and how clubs in debt should be chucked out of the champions league..... no word or real madrid in the teams being mentioned there and they are in more debt that any of the premiership teams, but the banks keep loaning them more becuase they'll loose more money through business of people the ones that refused real madrid more money for astronomical transfer fees and wage bills.
#5
I agree with you though - if it was the other way around, and it was an English club trying to take, for example, messi from Barca I'm sure he wouldn't be saying that.

Him and platini have got a big thing against the Premier League, as they don't see it as being as fashionable as Serie A or La Liga.
#6
says it all: http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/coventry-city-fc/sky-blue-saturday/tm_objectid=14188970&method=full&siteid=50003&headline=sepp-blatter---voice-of-reason-name_page.html

Sepp Blatter - Voice of Reason
Apr 28 2004 By David Wardale

FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who is mad, wants to scrap draws in football - because he's mad.


The mad Swiss madman believes that every game should have a winner, even if that means deciding a contest by penalty shoot-out.

Such madness is justified by the mad Blatter with the following madness: "When you play cards or any other game, there's always a winner and a loser. We should have the courage to introduce a final decision in every game of football."

This is not the first time that Blatter's mad statements have been tinged with madness.

He has previously declared that goals should be made wider, women's shorts tighter and World Cups more frequent.

Usually, the rest of FIFA politely nod their heads at their president before totally ignoring his suggestions and getting on with the serious business of running the most popular game in the world.

And this is likely to be the case again.

But with Blatter not ruling out running for a third term in office, we can expect many more carefully considered pronouncements from Herr Blatter as he bids to justify his existence and his pleasingly chunky salary.

Blatter calls for the banning of left footers

"With the exception of Maradona, Rivelino, Puskas, Gerson, Hagi, Charlton, Overath, Barnes, Waddle, Stoichkov, Brady, Lopez, Recoba, Carlos, Giggs, Maldini, Kewell, Froggatt, Warnock, Staunton and Guppy, I can't think of a single left-footed player who has graced this beautiful game we call mine.

"You can't play hockey left handed, so why should anyone be allowed to use their left feet?

"It's no coincidence that left footedness is known as sinister.

"Ban them. Ban them now."

Blatter calls for the banning of tackles

"People come to watch goals being scored, not tackles being made.

"Tackles have no place in the modern game. They are an anachronism, a remnant of a game long gone when the best players - players such as Pele and Cruyff - ruled through intimidation and fear rather than skill and grace.

"Ban them. Ban them now."

Blatter calls for a daily international tournament

"Why is it that we have to wait two years for a major international tournament?

"If I wish to do the lottery, I can play it every day.

"This maximises both my enjoyment and the company's revenue stream. Everyone is happy.

"Why should football be any different?

"My dream is for, Switzerland for instance, to play five or six games one day against the cream of Europe before flying to Brazil for a 16-team one-day league the next, with the winner qualifying for a 156-team Champion Champion of Champions Championship home and away knockout round robin league golden goal penalty shoot-out series to be played in the Sahara at noon, in figure hugging silver foil suits and lead helmets."

Blatter wants elite players to grow breasts

"I love football and I love women. This is natural. I am a man.

"So what better way to mix my pleasure with my pleasure than to synergise the two?

"I want to see Zidane's nipples chafing with the effort as he spins past one man and then another, his pert breasts jiggling in his crop-top.

"Defenders, I think, must have the bigger bosoms. They are the bigger men. John Terry is D cup material, I think.

"All centre halves have a natural tendency towards the heavier dugs, whereas Michael Owen may play in a training bra.

"Or no bra at all.

"Baby oil must be considered here as well, I think."

Blatter calls for the abolition of feet

"In life we must grow, we must change. So it is in football also.

"We have used feet in our game for two centuries now. Is it not time for a change?

"The shins, the knees, the thighs are all under-rated parts of our legs in football and would provide great new avenues of entertainment and skill.

"It would also provide a real challenge to the boot manufacturers and sock makers of the world and I, for one, would be happy to act as a consultant for these companies, for a mutually agreed stipend and holidays, to help resolve the issues such a revolution inevitably will throw up.

"We will trial the amputation of players' feet in a minor country such as England from next season and then roll out the programme from there.

"It will be my legacy to the game, this game that owes me everything."

Blatter to increase Luncheon Voucher allowances for all FIFA staff

"Football is everything to me and my colleagues.

"But football does not pay the rent...

"Okay, it does pay my rent but I am still left hungry.

"A simple $400-a-meal Luncheon Voucher allowance - or its equivalent in guns or diamonds - would bring FIFA in line with many other transnational organisations.

"We have done so much to make football the success it is today.

"And yet still we go hungry.

"How can I steer my 100-foot boat from the marina at Monte Carlo on an empty stomach?

"My helicopter does not fly on glasses of water and a snatched Ryvita, you know.

"We cannot go on this way. Things must change.

"I will have a word with the FIFA President about this.

"He is a reasonable man.

"A great man.

"He will see sense."
#7
I've just remembered why I like him. He said the outfits in Woman's football should be tighter :thumbsup:
#8
MinstrelMan
I am but he'd still be a tool just for the comments he comes out with.

Like the amount of foreign players, and how clubs in debt should be chucked out of the champions league..... no word or real madrid in the teams being mentioned there and they are in more debt that any of the premiership teams, but the banks keep loaning them more becuase they'll loose more money through business of people the ones that refused real madrid more money for astronomical transfer fees and wage bills.


The number of foreigners rule will never happen, with the EU legislation, but I can sort of see where they are coming from with that. If it does go through though, Theo Walcott will be a busy boy at Arsenal :-D

Have you seen that they're rebranding the UEFA Cup too, to make it more appealing. It's basically going to be the Champions League mk2, and call something like the Europa League :w00t:
banned#9
Ive got no problem if these modern day slaves want to pay every last penny of a transfer deal back to the club, plus buy out the remainder of their contract. It would probably be small change for these slaves. Better still, make the trouble making agents pay!

It's a complete joke. Blatter is an idiot.
#10

Sepp Blatter - Voice of Reason
Apr 28 2004 By David Wardale

The mad Swiss madman believes that every game should have a winner, even if that means deciding a contest by penalty shoot-out.

Such madness is justified by the mad Blatter with the following madness: "When you play cards or any other game, there's always a winner and a loser. We should have the courage to introduce a final decision in every game of football."

This is not the first time that Blatter's mad statements have been tinged with madness.

He has previously declared that goals should be made wider, women's shorts tighter and World Cups more frequent.


Oh no! A foreign person who has ideas that break convention! He must be mad! God! Progress! Make it stop! He's scaring me! Mummy! The mad man is scaring me! Etc!

1) I always love world cups, I always love pentalty shootouts. I am not a football fan. Everyone loves world cups and penalty shootouts though, because they are awesome.

2) Maybe goals should be wider. Maybe goal-less games are dull.

3) Damn right about the birds and their shorts. What, do you queens watch women's football for the quality of the game?

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