To anyone familiar with international football, the indictments that came last week ahead of Sepp Blatter's re-election were a long time coming — and the embattled FIFA president's own abrupt announcement this week, that he too would eventually step aside, isn't much more of a surprise as the other shoe slowly drops.
Some people were surprised, though, that of all the possible institutions that would bring corruption in football to a head, it was the US Department of Justice that decided to take
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