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Sepp Blatter

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Born: March 10, 1936 (age 79) in Visp

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Joseph "Sepp" Blatter is a Swiss football administrator who serves as the eighth and current President of FIFA.

He was elected on 8 June 1998, succeeding João Havelange.

He was re-elected as President in 2002, 2007 and 2011.


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No Sepp Blatter, no problem say World Cup organisers

Players do not care who hands out trophies and the absence of embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter will not have any impact on the Women`s World Cup final, organisers said on Friday.
Zee News 3 hours ago

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Absent Blatter doesn't matter, say Women's World Cup organizers

FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association have deflected criticism over President Sepp Blatter's absence at the Women's World Cup final. As Japan and the US go head-to-head, the organizers shifted the..
Deutsche Welle 4 hours ago

Videos for Sepp Blatter

News video: FIFA tries to keep focus on field on at Women's World Cup

FIFA tries to keep focus on field on at Women's World Cup 01:57

FIFA organizers try to keep focus on field and not on the absence of Sepp Blatter ahead of Sunday's final of the Women's World Cup.
Source: Sports Video Online - 3 hours ago

News video: FIFA Tries to Keep Focus on Field on at Women's World Cup

FIFA Tries to Keep Focus on Field on at Women's World Cup 01:57

Players do not care who hands out trophies and the absence of embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter will not have any impact on the Women's World Cup final, organisers said on Friday (July 3). With..
Source: Reuters - Sports - 3 hours ago

News video: US Women's Soccer Team Going to Finals

US Women's Soccer Team Going to Finals 01:25

The US Women's Soccer Team is going to the Women's World Cup finals after beating Germany 2-0 on Tuesday night. The team will play either Japan or England in Vancouver on Friday. (July 1)
Source: Associated Press - 3 days ago

News video: FIFA President Sepp Blatter Backtracks On Resignation

FIFA President Sepp Blatter Backtracks On Resignation 01:04

FIFA President Sepp Blatter tells an audience at the FIFA Museum he did not resign from the agency.
Source: HuffPost Live Highlights - 1 week ago

News video: Reviled FIFA President Sepp Blatter: I Did Not Resign

Reviled FIFA President Sepp Blatter: I Did Not Resign 01:00

Sepp Blatter spoke this week at an event for a new FIFA museum slated to open next year in Zurich, Switzerland, where the body is headquartered.It was his most high-profile appearance since appearing..
Source: Wochit News - 1 week ago

 
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FIFA deflects criticism about absence of Blatter from final

FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association deflected criticism on Friday about FIFA President Sepp Blatter and secretary...
Deseret News 5 hours agoAlso reported by •New Zealand HeraldABCNews.com
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7 Problems The Women's World Cup Needs To Fix

The 2015 Women's World Cup has featured amazing athletes dazzling us for weeks. Fans have been pouring out nationalist kumbaya feelings on Twitter, television and in the streets of host country Canada..
Huffington Post 14 hours ago

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Sepp Blatter: Anyone that calls me corrupt should be sent to jail

Sepp Blatter thinks he's going to heaven. Genuinely.
Metro.co.uk 22 hours agoAlso reported by •Telegraph.co.uk
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'Sponsors will quit Fifa without reform'

'sponsors will quit fifa without reform'A former top Fifa official who left after criticising its president Sepp Blatter has warned that big sponsors will start leaving world football's governing body unless major reforms are undertaken.
SuperSport 23 hours agoAlso reported by •WorldNewsZee NewsBangkok PostBusiness Insider
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Sepp Blatter insists he has a 'clear conscience' as Fifa president calls on those who accuse him of corruption to be 'sent to jail'

Sepp Blatter has insisted that he is not corrupt and that he has a "clear conscience" despite the FBI corruption investigation into Fifa.
Independent 1 day ago

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10 things you need to know in markets today

10 things you need to know in markets todayGood morning! Here are 10 things you should know in markets today. *Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has lost 4 key allies ahead of Sunday's bailout referendum.* Members of the right-wing party..
Business Insider 1 day ago
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Ex-secretary general Michel Zen-Ruffinen predicts sponsors exodus if Fifa does not reform

A Swiss former top Fifa official who left after criticising its president, Sepp Blatter, has warned that big sponsors will start leaving world football’s governing body unless major reforms are..
S.China Morning Post 1 day ago

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Don't call Sepp Blatter corrupt or you'll go to jail

don't call sepp blatter corrupt or you'll go to jailFifa president Sepp Blatter says anyone who calls him corrupt should be sent to jail.Blatter, 79, announced he would step down as Fifa president last month amid a blaze of corruption, following a high..
New Zealand Herald 2 days ago

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FIFA head Sepp Blatter says he has 'clear conscience' despite corruption probe: 'Whoever accuses me of being corrupt has to prove it to me first. But nobody can do that because I'm not corrupt.' - @BAHeraldcom


Breaking News 2 days ago

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Blatter says he has 'clear conscience' amidst FIFA corruption scandal

London, July 02 (ANI): FIFA's embattled president Sepp Blatter has insisted that he has a clear conscience, saying that anyone who associate him with the corruption scandal should be sent to jail.
ANI News 2 days ago

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US seeks extradition of 7 FIFA officials in Switzerland

The United States has demanded the extradition of seven FIFA officials detained in May setting off what could become a prolonged legal battle over the handling of the major corruption case. Swiss..
DNA 2 days ago

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Blatter says he has clean conscience

Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he has a clean conscience and anyone who calls him corrupt should be sent to jail.
BBC Sport 2 days agoAlso reported by •BBC News

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