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I am surprised that no one mentioned the story on Talk Sport yesterday morning, that Sepp Blater, Fifa, wants to rid the game of Draws.

He says in everything else, there is a winner.

Personally, I love the thought that you can be losing and coming back to get a draw.

He wants football to come in line and rid us of draws.

Is he Barmy?
Do you agree with him?

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He's a prat.

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What an [****!!****] and this man is in charge of footballl.....then next thing will be the CROSS BAR challenge for all 3 points....what a pr1ck!!!

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Blatter only want to look after those who support him. Just about everything he says is b****x. To my mond he has only made one good suggestion in his life and that was that the Premiership should reduce it's number of teams. He says 18, I would suggest that 20 would suffice.

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Add him to "The List"!!!!!!!! <img src="/images/graemlins/attentat.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/whistling.gif" alt="" />

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What, the one that also includes Hook, Bin Laden, Bush, Blair and Timmy Mallett?!

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He says no other sports have draws. Has he never heard of cricket? Not only are most of the games draws, there is even the possibility of a tie, although this is rather infrequent. There are more points for a tie than a draw, too.

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Boxing can have draws as can rugby.
The sooner he's out the better.

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how can someone with ideas like this be the head of football? this is a serious question? what a total idiot!

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second that!!

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Quote:
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Boxing can have draws as can rugby.
The sooner he's out the better.


Ice hockey can have draws, and American football matches are tied if there is no score in overtime.



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Trouble is, he has the backing of most other federations apart from UEFA. How can that be? I am sure that money can't come into it....................can it?

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No draws - no replays - less gate receipts!

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He was not talking about just for Cups, he wants it for league games, so penalties and extra time for leauge points.

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why cant he just leave our game alone? in fact why dont he f*ck off and ruin some other sport.

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pinnacle said:
why dont he ... ruin some other sport.


Any preferences? I'd go for boxing. Extra time and penalties if it's a draw. No one-piece outfits. ...

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What A [****!!****] !

How Can He Be The Head Of Our Beautfiul Game !

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cos he's giving millions in back handers to third world despot football association 'chairmen' to back him....

he knows he'll never get full backing from 'real' footballing countries so he plays the ethnic card to its extreme...

world cup finals in Iraq....??

you betcha..... real soon....

he's a fckn [***!!***].....

like bliar and the rest of the self serving...snouts in troths..... scumbags that the public's lethargy has allowed to fester and grow like cancer....

fck him and the rest of 'em....

we need a revolution.... <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Trouble is, he has the backing of most other federations apart from UEFA. How can that be? I am sure that money can't come into it....................can it?

To be honest i don't think any other federations have the financial muscle or strength to stand up to FIFA

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world cup finals in Iraq....??


I think this is a very good idea. It would boost the economy and introduce the citizens of Iraq to likeable people from countries other than the USA. It would also give a boost to football in the Middle East, so that the sport retains its World sport status. The benefits of holding World Cup finals in countries other than the strongest footballing and economic ones are long term, but they should not be overlooked if football is to stay the most popular sport all over the World.

In Iraq there would be further benefits in strengthening peace and democracy.




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