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just hours until friday's vote and set blatter's bid for another term as fifa president just got interesting , seven of the organization's top officials arrested wednesday morning in zurich on charges of corruption , several more indicted by u. s. authorities , but roy to sports editor ken first says it probably won't bring down football's great survivor , ultimately responsible for the organization , however he's not been implicated in any of the allegations that have been made to to die so he can carry on and the fee for election is expected to go ahead on friday and the majority of the fifth members will vote for him and he will be back in office , that's a has faced controversy ever since he was first elected fifa chief in nineteen ninety eight , the body's own secretary general later allege that that vote was one with bribery now swiss prosecutors say they will probe whether russia and qatar effectively bought the rights to hold world cup finals , if even that isn't enough to make the seventy nine year old step aside there is one group that could the big firms that spend billions on world cup sponsorship deals , could lead him , for now though the betting is that blatter will secure another term , but he may find that he presides over an organization that is forever tarnished