Friday, February 8, 2013

Match-Fixing:FIFA's President Blatter believes cheats would always exist in football


Following the revelation made by Europol in their investigation for match-fixing,   FIFA’S President Sepp Blatter  stated in a news conference that it almost impossible to stop cheats in football.

Speaking at a news conference in Nouakchott, Mauritania, he said,
"We are in a game and in a game there are always cheats. The cheats will never be stopped,"- Blatter.

The 8th and current President of World soccer governing body FIFA is satisfied that most of the matches under investigation have been processed, analyzed and in some cases, taken to court.
"Most of the matches which they put in this tray, 600 or 800, have already been analyzed, dealt with and even were at court," Blatter told the Associated Press on Thursday.

Blatter is on a 4 Nation tour of AFRICA before Sunday's Nations Cup final in South Africa.
FIFA said on Wednesday it had launched a web page to enable individuals to make anonymous reports of corruption by officials and attempts at match-fixing.