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David Ginola Fifa President?

16/01/2015  Comments (3)  jump
David Ginola, formerly of this parish, has said his bid for the Fifa Presidency is no joke. However, he is being paid a 'salary' of £250,000 by a bookmaker to run the campaign in an attempt to deny Sepp Blatter an astounding 5th term in world football's highest position.

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Victor Jones
1 Posted 17/01/2015 at 02:53:05
Why not? Would David Ginola be any worse that the old corrupt regime that currently runs world football? And he might just be the man to introduce video technology which might just help cut out all the poor refereeing and dodge decisions that are now a blight on the game.

He might also be a good friend to the British game. And he might become an ambassador for Everton and introduce old Mr Kenwright to a proper manager..... and also he might introduce a few flair players to this great club called Everton FC.

Only joking folks. That won't happen.

Seriously, though, can Mr Ginola be any worse than that old tried and tested scoundrel Sepp Blatter? Maybe it's time for a change. And Ginola would be one hell of a refreshing change at that.

Andrew Ellams
2 Posted 17/01/2015 at 13:23:25
I think he would do a good job, he talks sense and has no shortage of the charisma that Blatter is so obviously short of. Interesting to how his relationship with Platini went as I don't think they have he happiest of histories.
Liam Reilly
3 Posted 17/01/2015 at 18:54:09
Publicity stunt by the Bookmaker; totally destroys his credibility. He doesn't need the cash so why take the money?

Sepp must be delighted.


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