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Friday, 27 May 2011

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Venue for the next World Cup

The FIFA bribes probe kicked off big time yesterday when president Sheep Bleater was put in the frame.

Mohamed Bin Laden, who is challenging Sheep Bleater for the Godfather role in the firm, demanded the Old Bill search Bleater's lock up for 'brown envelopes'.

Laden, a Gunners fan, will be given the third degree by FIFA's Ethics Committee on Sunday.

If banged to rights, he will have to forfeit his hospitality box for the Champions League Final.

A whistle blower at the FA has told reporters that Bin Laden is a "dead man walking".

Both are accused of accepting 'cash in claw' payments in exchange for being bunged land in Palestine.

Bleater has also been under investigation for the 'promises' he has given to a bunch of rastas in Jamaica, concerning Mustique hosting the next World Cup.

The election of the new President of FIFA will be announced on June 1.

Both Bleater and Bin Laden remain confident of getting " a right result".

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