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"Match" fixing from the very top ....

08 July 2014, 12:03
Match Hospitality and the FIFA gangsters could be the biggest criminals we have on this planet.
It is real music to my soul to know that arrests have been made in Brazil.
Never mind the amount of 3.1 Billion dollars they declare as profits each tournament.
These thugs have their hands in everything. Match Hospitality as they call themselves owned the entire accommodation monopoly here is SA.
They would claim 50% of the profits and left a measly 50% for the owners or landlords and agents to share, even though they  prepared and catered for the world cup.Did they pay their taxes here in SA?
Is anybody surprised that our regime of leaders didn't uncover anything sinister about this mockery of a tournament ?
To think that Sepp Blatter himself has a nephew affiliated to "Match Hospitality" . What a thieving joke !!
Justice has a certain ability to pop its head up doesn't it .\
Clearly these greedy fools ran a mock here in SA and planned a similar stealing spree in Brazil. Little did they know, Brazil police and South African policing is not on the same par.
I hope Sepp Blatter get's jail time with all his friends on this FIFA band wagon.
Soccer is a sport and is non existent without its supporters, 
Who needed these fancy and expensive stadiums ?Not us here in SA and certainly not Brazil.
I think FIFA should foot the bills and I hope this racket stops, Imagine building more and more stadiums around the world, all for a short soccer tournament where diving and pretending to be fouled is common practice done in front of us all?
All this while they make trillions
Match Hospitality my brown eye, 
More like Match Fixing endorsed by FIFA themselves.






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