It must have been pretty tough. Sorry, using sports broadcaster terms. I was guilty of using the code, where the word “tough” really means bad.
It must have been pretty bad. Maybe it was a glossy photo with an open briefcase with bundles of Euros and men smiling broadly while shaking hands to complete a bribe on a luxury yacht on the shores of Monaco.
Perhaps it was Sepp Blatter naked on a bed covered with Ben Franklins (US 100 dollar bills) making it rain while he employed a selfie-stick to take a picture of how rich he was.
Actually it was a paper trail of a $10 million-dollar bribe to suspect Jack Warner of CONCACAF. A letter authorizing the payment was sent to FIFA second in command Jerome Valcke.
US Attorney General Loretta Lynch has enough juice; plenty of proof that the FIFA president is as corrupt as the men immediately beneath him in the FIFA hierarchy.
It was confirmed the Yankee federales were going after those chaps, hoping they would sing and rat out Seppy Blatts.
The Americans most likely had the extradition papers ready to rock as soon as Seppy Blatts placed his first Italian leather loafer on the fake grass of the Canadian Women’s World Cup.
Now Joseph Sepp Blatter can go about the business of retirement (maybe). It will take a few months to find his successor.
To his dismay, the 79-year-old will not be the savior. He does not have the trust and confidence of everyone. You are not my president, or anyone else’s.
Time to go away Sepp. Be gone Blatter.