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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

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Incumbent Fifa Idiot in Chief Sepp Blatter took another step towards securing his already infamous reputation by expressing his desire for a "fair and free" Fifa election.

Blatter, will stand unopposed at the Fifa congress in Zurich tomorrow. "All I wanted from the start was a good transparent contest between me and the next best candidate. Seeing as he (Mohamed bin Hammam) was found to be corrupt and correctly suspended, this could be, and I hope will be, the fairest election ever".

Blatter was not alone in his sentiments. Fifa Deputy idiot Jack Warner, also suspended on corruption charges, called for his association to back Blatter in the election, rather than call for there to be more than one candidate.

"Blats will be backed by the CFU all day long. We have had our differences but I think he could do with our votes.", Claimed the brainless Concacaf President.

It has been suggested that eliminating any possible opposition prior to engaging in a "democratic" election was conceived of by Adolf Hitler in 1933, after he banned all opposition parties, as well as the formation of new parties.

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