Following the BBC 'Panorama' programme on alleged corruption by FIFA executives the organisation has announced that all those named have no place in FIFA. Demands are being made to the individuals that they repay any money given to them to act corruptly.
The money raised in this way will go to finance the promotion of football throughout the world.
England's chances of being the venue for the 2018 World Cup are not affected by any of the developments, we are told.
Slack Blittle, FIFA boss, told a packed meeting that he has been shocked by the discoveries. 'From now on we shall keep a clean sheet' he assured the assembled throng 'no more own goals from us I can assure you.'
Relieved England fans, who feared a backlash after the allegations were made, praised Blittle for his stand. 'It takes guts to stand firm against this type of corruption in our game' said Bob Smith 'I will have more faith in this area of sport from now on. Now it's up to the cricket authorities to follow this lead.'
Australians are hoping that rumours will soon appear which allege they were paid to draw the First Test Match.