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Sepp Blatter (more commonly known as 'Septic Bladder' and 'Oh no not that idiot again') is (somehow) the head of FIFA.
Now I could write a 20 page article about this man and not succinctly outline why he is a complete disgrace. When Blatter opens his mouth, the footballing world apologises in advance.
Some of Blatter's more famous incidents have included offending women footballers everywhere by suggesting that their brand of sport wasn't as popular because it lacked sex appeal; his solution would be 'tighter shorts'.
Blatter is also determined to push through his 6+5 rule, were 6 of the starting line up of a team must be of the same nationality as the club. Blatter has been told in no uncertain terms by the EU that this is illegal and any european club who enforces it will face legal action; Blatter laughed at them and simply said 'laws can be changed'.
Perhaps the most controversial saga of Blatter was when he likened Cristiano Ronaldo to a slave. I don't need to to explain why this insulted every man, woman and child in the world except Ronaldo himself (who agreed - 100 percent).
Other moments of Blatter magic include bigger goals (it would make the game more exciting!), deciding draws by a penalty shootout (after all, every game needs a winner!), and his proposals about changing the timing of the African cup of Nations which would ultimately have meant that African players never got a week away from football. It's a good thing no one takes him seriously anymore.
Blatter is also one of the most opnely biased people on the planet. He is a known member of the Real Madrid supporter's club and has time and time again tried to undermine the English game.
When Spanish and Italian clubs dominated Europe, Blatter said nothing—yet as soon as England have three good seasons—they're far too powerful! When Real Madrid spend gazillions it is fine as it 'levels out Europe' (somehow) but when any team from England spends more than £1m the Premier League is destroying football!
When presented with a very strong bid by England for WC 2010, Blatter makes an off-hand remark about how it will never happen because 'the fans are all hooligans'.
The only good thing I can say about Blatter is that he will be dead soon.