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seven of his top executives await extradition to the u. s. accused of bribery and racketeering , but blatter's ears must of been burning his future the talk of the town unusual like many of you and thanks to many of whom we have followed what has been going on in recent days honestly as someone who likes fifa as someone who has so much admiration for the history of fifa , someone who has followed this will several years i feel insulted , i feel disgusted choice and i'm sick of his on them ok enough is enough , and we're gonna reporting from reuters in zurich with the phone still saying it will go ahead as planned with presidential elections on friday said blacks as opponents arms of only did sound like you if i want a delay fearing that blesses supported africa and asia who hunts him victory others want to bring on the fight hoping that the weight of two corruption investigations will take him down , and he's seventeen years at the top now dragging and leaders of nations france and britain corning for a change in leadership russian president vladimir putin giving platter his support of ropes of confidence , if there was any wrongdoing it didn't happen on united states territory and the u. s. has nothing to do with it this is yet another blatant attempt to extend washington's jurisdiction to other states , and it is obvious and i have no doubts about it , this is an obvious attempt to prevent mister blatter from being reelected the fifa president which is a grave violation of principles of international organizations means befriends on you doing is not an opinion , my word from the only challenger for president prince ali bin al hussein of jordan now the focus for the anti ballistic crowds , but if the election goes ahead it's going to be tough , asian and african federations still firmly behind the man in power