Posts tagged ‘Sepp Blatter’

March 10, 2010

TWEETS OF THE WEEK…

SEPBLAT@FIFA.CON

“People are asking why we are not at least trialling or experimenting with video goalline technology. Well, we refuse to trial it in a big game until it is proven to be 100% accurate in a big game.  Anything less would be madness. Sepp out.”

KP@ENGCRICKET.E.GO

“Its true. I am in a rough patch – but that is no excuse for my poor form. The truth is I am going through a identity crisis. I am riddled with anxiety, cannot sleep and cannot think straight. Recently I have even begun to think that I…that I may be human. I am going to see a specialist, his name is Jose.”

HILARIO@CHELSEA.GAF

“Awesome news! FIFA are to ban video replays. My dreams have been…What? No. No.”

February 12, 2010

PLANET SPORT: The stuff we couldn’t make up…

Sno-go for Winter Olympics?

Concerns are growing ahead of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver about the lack of snow for the quadrennial festival of slipping, sliding and skidding.

Snow has been transported in from elsewhere in an attempt to ready the area for the Games.

“Global warming of is a worry,” IOC President Jacque Rogge told AFP.

“In awarding the event to a host city, we must look at the climate and snow conditions and geography, as well as ways to alleviate any lack of snow.”

Blatter backs Terry

FIFA president Sepp Blatter gives his take on the sacking of John Terry following allegations of the defender’s affair with a team-mates girlfriend.

“Listen, this is a special approach in the Anglo-Saxon countries,” he said. “If this had happened in let’s say Latin countries then I think he would have been applauded.”

Dyer mess for West Ham

It was revealed this week that former England winger Kieron Dyer could cost West Ham a staggering £30million – having made five appearances and scored no goals in his two years at the club.

That would equate to an appearance fee of £6million a time – The Virgin Mary is available for half the price.