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Blatter Shows His Lack Of Class

Blatter Shows His Lack Of Class

Everyone's favrouite village idiot, Sepp Blatter, has once again showed just why he shouldn't be allowed anywhere near the decision making process in football.

It's a well known fact that the FIFA President wishes to limit the number of foreign players in each team.

So, when his evil plans were thwarted by EU employment law some time ago, we all thought we had heard the end of the idiotic plans.

But oh no.

Blatter once again declared his intention to push through the plans, and fight European Union employment law.

How he came to the conclusion that kicking out players like Tevez, Fabregas and Drogba would benefit English football is beyond me, but hey, I'm not a village idiot!

Not only is the man mildly insane, he also showed a distict lack of class with the following comments: 'If you have teams playing in the league like in England and there are no English players on the field of play, then something is wrong.

'One day you'll say we don't want a national team, then okay you'll follow Arsene Wenger.'


How did this fool ever find himself in such a position of power?



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Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Monday October 29 2007
Time: 9:00PM

Comments

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"If you have teams playing in the league like in England and there are no English players on the field of play, then something is wrong."- There is something wrong, they lack talent.
k_chelski
29/10/2007 21:05:00
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Spot on Kev. If a player is good enough, he will play. That's not just the case at Arsenal, but at every club in the world. There's not something wrong with the lack of English players, but there's definantly something wrong with Blatter. What a *****er!
simmy8_2000
29/10/2007 21:07:00
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Sport is competition at the end of the day, and if you can't stand the heat, then ***** off out of the kitchen.
Little Dutch
29/10/2007 21:09:00
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Well said Gordon. It's like your boss saying that you're only having 5 foreigners in each class. It's just not cricket!
simmy8_2000
29/10/2007 21:17:00
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Actually I agree with him. The day has already arrived. It wouldn't bother me at all to see the end of international football. It just gets in the way of the real thing.
Amos.
29/10/2007 21:17:00
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Bl@tter is g@y... just like al@n H@as0n
KnightOfARSENAL
29/10/2007 21:29:00
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International football is a watered down version of the real gama and should ***** right off, same with this Blatter ****.
Ozi Gooner
29/10/2007 21:43:00
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Ok... now some talk. If this rule comes 1) the price tag for the english players will go up like anything 2) the quality of the league will go into the drains 3) International support for all the league teams from all over the world will be reduced dramatically... then there wont be any difference between fighting for CL spot and fighting in champoinship. H@ns0n thought we'll be out from the top4 because we lack PlanB now he suddenly thinks we are competent enough... what a bull$hit
KnightOfARSENAL
29/10/2007 21:44:00
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International Football is great, just not very well planned.
k_chelski
29/10/2007 22:30:00
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as Knight said iif the plans went through, the rprice of English players would escalate even further. Then, the quality would most probably disintegrate. The interest in the 'product' would drop. The satellite paymasters would no longer be falling over themselves to throw such huge sums of cash at the domestic game, due to the lack of glamour involved. Clubs would have less to spend on players. Prices would be forced to drop.

Anyhows, Arsenal would be affected not so much by this, as our english youngsters are nearer and nearer the standard Arsene has been aiming for. Regarding the young foreigners we have who, by the nature of them joining the club at a tender age, become 'nationalised' or 'assimilated' players (whichever/whatever it is...), can anyone tell me if this would be likely to affect the status these players acquire? As with the whole CL ruling the other your regarding clubs required to have a certain quota of homegrown players in their CL squad, we were hardly affected by this, so again, would this largely leave us unaffected? »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
29/10/2007 22:58:00
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