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Sepp's step too far

Sepp's step too far

Chris Kamara says Sepp Blatter has damaged the fight against racism and now cannot stay in his job.

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Sean Palmer (Newcastle United fan) says...

Get him out!! Simples!

Posted 12:45 17th November 2011

Ikechi Igwe (Chelsea fan) says...

Sepp is no longer qaulified to be FIFA president. His latest comment about racism is irrepairable. Let's ''kick Him, a Racist Out of the Game.''

Posted 12:44 17th November 2011

Johnny B (Tottenham Hotspur fan) says...

Blatter is either incredibly naive or incredibly stupid, unfortunately neither of the above are fitting for a man in his post. The worst part of this is that, despite calls to resign, Blatter doesn't have to, nor can he be made to. He sits as a dictator atop one of the most powerful organisations in the world, untouchable by governments and politics, yet surrounded by corruption (corruption which he will never be investigated for personally as er...apparently, he just won't). FIFA is fast losing credibility as an organisation who achieve anything for the sport they represent, they are being seen as an organisation of ageing dinosaurs, detached from the realities of the world, working only for the personal gain of themselves as individuals.

Posted 12:44 17th November 2011

Mort Harries (Manchester United fan) says...

Well written piece, Mr. Kamara. It will be interesting to see the FA's following action taken against Suarez now the Uruguayan has been charged, likewise your response to the resulting conviction similarly. With the likes of Blatter, football's head honcho, downplaying the seriousness of such an issue, football has noone to blame but for themselves in light of recent events involving Luis Suarez and England captain John Terry for allowing such a vulgar man as Blatter to be in charge. For shame.

Posted 12:33 17th November 2011

Swiss Tony (Manchester City fan) says...

As the Leader of world football he MUST stay impartial what ever his archaic views are. But He should have gone years ago for many other reasons! What we need is for a new International body of Football to arise, a totally transparent organisation who are for the good of football and not lining their own pockets!

Posted 12:33 17th November 2011

John Edward (Everton fan) says...

Blatter on corruption, Blatter on homophobia, Blatter on sexism, Blatter on new technology and now Blatter on racism. How much longer do we have to wait before we can hear about Blatter on unemployment?

Posted 12:20 17th November 2011

Park Lane (Tottenham Hotspur fan) says...

Kammy is spot on. Use of racist language, even in the heat of the moment underlies a racist attitude. You cannot just wave that away with a shake of the hands and an apology. Blatter has shown once again that he is not fit to run World Football.

Posted 11:33 17th November 2011

Peter Mccullagh (Queens Park Rangers fan) says...

too right kammy, the world wants sepp out, can't believe the corruption in fifa

Posted 11:19 17th November 2011

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