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  • World Business

World Business: FIFA -- 17/06/11 | PBS

Duration: 05:41
Program: World Business
Broadcast Date: Jun. 17, 2011

World Business: Sepp Blatter has just been re-elected, unopposed to another 4 year term as President of world football's governing body FIFA. But his election was preceded by unprecedented infighting, sparked by allegations of corruption within the organisation. These allegations included accusations that certain FIFA members had essentially sold their votes to countries bidding to host upcoming World Cups. Blatter has denied the organisation is in crisis. But has FIFA's image been seriously tarnished, and what effect could this have on the game of football itself? Reporter: Alex de Jong



Post Date: July 26, 2011