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Praise Satan!

'merica World Police saves the motherfucking day once again!



Nintendo is selling their IPs to Microsoft and this is true because:

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=221391&page=1

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Barozi said:
poklane said:
StarOcean said:
Wait, what did this guy do? I dont follow sports, but everyone here seems to hate him, so Im curious as to why everyone is celebrating

He's so corrupt to the point that he's willing to sell Qatar the World Cup, where the stadiums are build by modern day slaves.

not to mention that those stadiums aren't even needed after the World Cup. Especially considering they all have capacities of 40 000 and more.
Brazil was bad in that regard (for a handful of stadiums), but Qatar is going to be much worse.

True, the same is the case in South Africa. World Cups should only be hosted in countries who already have the stadiums or have a good use for them.



KyleeStrutt said:

'murica saves football.

Oliver isn't american btw


Bust out the Bud Light Lime! Time to celebrate!



I know the job is far from finished, but for today...





At last. I just hope that he really leaves FIFA and he doesn't sponsor/control one of the candidates.



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poklane said:
Barozi said:

not to mention that those stadiums aren't even needed after the World Cup. Especially considering they all have capacities of 40 000 and more.
Brazil was bad in that regard (for a handful of stadiums), but Qatar is going to be much worse.

True, the same is the case in South Africa. World Cups should only be hosted in countries who already have the stadiums or have a good use for them.

I agree that the stadiums in South Africa were oversized as well, but at least it's a vast country with over 50m people.

In Qatar, some stadiums are being built that are bigger than the cities surrounding them. 10 of the 12 World Cup stadiums are within 30 minutes (by car) of the city centre of Doha.



bananaking21 said:
Carl2291 said:
Should have never been re-elected.

Every FA that voted for him needs investigating.


agreed. but this makes me wonder, if he was gonna quit, why didnt he step down earlier? why resign just 4 days after he got re-elected? 

the obvious answer is because just yesterday his seceraty general was implicated in the scandels. but maybe there is more too it? i know this might seem crazy but maybe he just wanted to win it just to feed his massive ego? to show the world that nobody can take him down? people with power tend to have this massive ego, and this guy certainly has it.

 

peronally, i hope he implicated in these scandels, so much corruption has been going on during his time here, and i bet my ass that he has done a great deal of it. he has been a dictator on the fifa organization and has harmed it much more than he benefited it. 

on a personal side note, fifa presidents from now on should be allowed no more than 8 years in charge. 

Not sure if this is accurate, but I read somewhere that he gets to choose his successor this way.



kowenicki said:
Seems clear to me that he is about to be fingered in the investigations... he was as arrogant as ever only yesterday.

I was thinking the same thing. What's changed for him to have suddenly seen the light?



poklane said:
Barozi said:

not to mention that those stadiums aren't even needed after the World Cup. Especially considering they all have capacities of 40 000 and more.
Brazil was bad in that regard (for a handful of stadiums), but Qatar is going to be much worse.

True, the same is the case in South Africa. World Cups should only be hosted in countries who already have the stadiums or have a good use for them.

I think South Africa is fine with those stadiums though. They also had the 2013 African cup of nations so reused some of the stadiums for that. And they are a country in to a lot of sports outside of football, some of the stadiums are used for rugby or cricket matches as well now and if they were to host a tournament in either of those sports they could be used again for that.



mornelithe said:

Not sure if this is accurate, but I read somewhere that he gets to choose his successor this way.

It's gonna be a vote. So he isn't able to choose his successor, legally at least.