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Chuck and Jason: Job for the boy


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Chuck’s money machine in Cayman
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Chuck’s payments go back to the last century!
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Chuck’s girlfriend Mary Lynn gets in the picture!


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Dr Ruth tells Chuck and Mary Lynn how to do it


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Chuck welcomes Gordon Brown to football


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Marcel Matheir: Presided over show trial



The things they say...

‘Neither FIFA nor its President have anything to hide, nor do they wish to.’

Blatter press release, 28 January, 2003

BBC Panorama Reporter Andy Davies:

‘A one million franc bribe … is it not correct that Mr Blatter asked that it be moved to the FIFA official who was named on the payment slip?’

FIFA Director of Communications Markus Siegler:

‘If you do not stop now, then we call the security and we put you out.’

FIFA Press conference, Zurich, Tuesday, 11 April 2006

‘I am deputy chairman of the finance committee of FIFA. I oversee a budget of US$2 billion and I have never seen one iota of corruption.’

Jack Warner, Trinidad Express 12 December 2004

‘Lying and deception and bad faith are standard operating procedure at FIFA.’

Adam C. Silverstein, a lawyer for MasterCard in their successful action against FIFA, New York, December 1, 2006

‘I do not believe a Jew can ever be a referee at that level (Argentine Premier League) because it’s hard work and, you know, Jews don’t like hard work.’

FIFA senior vice-president and chair of Finance Committee, Julio Grondona, 5 July 2003. Buenos Aires

‘FIFA is a healthy, clean and transparent organisation with nothing to hide. There is huge public interest in FIFA, therefore we have to be as transparent as possible. We will try to communicate in a more open way so the world can believe us and be proud of their federation.’

FIFA General Secretary Urs Linsi, January 2003, on


Chuck’s world of offshore bank accounts





Blazer confirms that he employs his son Jason, 41, as Concacaf’s $7,000 a month medical officer but adds, ‘Your question about my son is completely inappropriate. I am a public person and recognize that harassment from people like yourself with agendas to sell books and papers and who have little regard for the truth, comes with the territory.’


Blazer’s daughter Marci has in the past been a member of Fifa’s legal committee.


In the past Blazer has staunchly defended Warner against documented allegations of industrial-scale World Cup tickets rackets as having ‘very little credibility’ and sounding ‘worse than it was.’


Blazer enjoys an elevated lifestyle with an apartment in Trump Tower, New York, above the Concacaf office, he is renovating a farmhouse in North Carolina and is said to own a waterfront apartment in Miami. He fills up his blog with pictures of himself in the company of the likes of Nelson Mandela, Hilary Clinton and New York sex therapist Dr Ruth Westheimer – and frequently eating at the world’s finest restaurants.


Testimony ‘fabricated’


During a FIFA marketing dispute in a Manhattan court five years ago the judge ruled that Blazer's testimony was ‘generally without credibility based on his attitude and demeanour and on his evasive answers on cross-examination.’ The judge added that some of his testimony was ‘fabricated.’


Nonetheless Blazer, Chairman of FIFA’s Media Committee, enjoys favourable reporting in the American media. He has been lauded as the ‘whistleblower’ who ejected Warner from FIFA. When Warner resigned he was automatically replaced by Concacaf vice-president Lisle Austin from Barbados – who immediately fired Blazer. In turn Blazer barred Austin from the Concacaf office in Trump Tower. Austin then won a judgement in court in the Bahamas where Concacaf is registered, confirming him as president. But FIFA stepped in and suspended Austin for breaking FIFA’s rule that members of their football family must never use the civil courts to settle disputes.


Last Tuesday Austin was suspended from all football activities for a year by FIFA’s Disciplinary Committee in Zurich, chaired by Blatter’s close associate, Swiss lawyer Marcel Matheir.


Zurich ‘show trial’


Austin said last week, ‘I have repeatedly asked for an independent forensic audit of Concacaf’s finances, but to no avail. My struggle is to bring transparency and democracy to regional football and indeed FIFA.’


Austin’s lawyer Barry Blum said after the hearing, ‘The FIFA proceeding was a show trial reminiscent of the former Soviet Union and the worst fascist regimes. FIFA is taking the position that it is above the law and that a person's fundamental rights to due process and natural justice are inferior to FIFA's interests of sweeping any criticism under the rug.  FIFA really has to take that position because its conduct would never survive scrutiny by any competent court of law. There is simply too much corruption and cronyism.


‘It is laughable that FIFA enjoys a status as a not for profit sporting organization.  It is actually a sinister business organization operated by robber barons with no regard for ethics or integrity; power is all that matters.’