Blatter said that corruption is not a problem
February 9, 2013
On Monday, Interpol said that about 700 games in the world are negotiated. For Blatter, FIFA president, the negotiations of matches are only a small portion of which the total played in the world.
Moreover, for Blatter, the problem of corruption is also smaller than presented.
Meanwhile, for the leader of the FIFA the problem is racism. “FIFA is currently studying harsh penalties for teams whose fans or players have racist attitudes” he warned.
“We are also planning to take points,” added Blatter from Gaborone, Botswana African country’s capital. “And if it happens in a qualification round, then the team must be expelled from the competition,” he said.