Gill tells Blatter not to run

UEFA executive committee member David Gill has told FIFA president Sepp Blatter he should not stand for re-election next year.

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hump3. (Ipswich Town) says...

Considering the size of him a light jog wouldn't hurt the chubster. Joking aside, it's a shame only the Europeans seem to have spoken out, whereas the other footballing bodies that have been bough..., er, the other footballing bodies seem to be just rolling their eyes and whistling. *Nothing to see here*

Posted 11:19am 11th June 2014

jayt72 (Liverpool) says...

Another vote on the cards for FIFA. What could possibly go wrong. Their track record in voting is exemplary.

Posted 10:48am 11th June 2014

paddywhack (Arsenal) says...

Frankly, I think 365 have been negligent in their coverage of this. Blatter's comments demand more scrutiny. To play the racism card in an attempt to subvert genuine concerns about the integrity of his organisation is a deeply cynical move, and undermines the anti-racism movement. Surely his actions this week demand his removal from the most powerful position in world football?

Posted 10:42am 11th June 2014

papajoe (Liverpool) says...

Blatter so needs 2 bugger off

Posted 5:08am 11th June 2014

ComeontheRos says...

David, i hope you are spineless because if you have any skeletons.......

Posted 11:39pm 10th June 2014

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