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Does anyone think it's normal that an election for Madden 18 mobile coins one of the most relevant organizations on the planet can go ahead without a public debate? Does anyone think it's normal that one of the candidates doesn't even bother to present an election manifesto that can be voted on May 29? Shouldn't it be mandatory to present such a manifesto so that federation presidents know what they're voting for?""This (election) process is a plebiscite for the delivery of absolute power to one man," Figo wrote, "something I refuse to go along with." You can read his full statement here. documentary: The election is set for May 29 in Zurich, when the 209 national federations will place their votes. A two-thirds majority is required in the first round of voting to win the election. If that fails, then a simple majority is required.
FIFA has been widely criticized for corruption, most prominently during the most recent World Cup bidding process. Russia and Qatar, who won the bidding for the 2018 and '22 World Cups, were accused of buying votes to secure a winning bid, but a FIFA investigation cleared both bids of any serious wrongdoing. Jeremy WooWatch: Cristiano Ronaldo in a FIFA-GTA V cross-over Cristiano Ronaldo stealing cars, visiting strip clubs and taking selfiesis now a reality thanks to YouTubeuser TheFIFA11Videos, who used Cinema4dto drop Ronaldo into thefictitious city of Los Santos.Ronaldo, clearly not following any story mode, casually walks around the game'sVespuci Beach while donning his full Real Madrid kit and causes a big traffic jam.
The two-time Ballond'Orwinner even pays a visit toLos Santos Customs to pimp out his car and drive around in a customized vehicle with his club's logo on the hood Christopher ChavezSepp Blatter reelected FIFA president; Grant Wahl on his future Sports Illustrated's Grant Wahl discusses reelected FIFA president Sepp Blatter's future and how outside forces are what's necessary to enact change in FIFA.Clint Dempsey, Lionel Messi grace cover of EA Sports FIFA '15 Perhaps not a real surprise, but U.S. soccer star Clint Dempsey and Lionel Messiof Argentina/FC Barcelona will be on the North American cover of EA Sports' FIFA 2015. The news was tweeted Saturday by the Seattle Sounders FC. Minutes later, EA Sports tweeted out basically the same thing.The 31-year-old Dempsey talked about the honor in an interview published Saturday with Fox Soccer: "It’s crazy. It’s really cool. I was a fan of the game growing up, playing with my friends. Going from playing the game with my friends to being able to play with my own player in the game and now being on the cover, it’s something that’s pretty special. It’s an honor."
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