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rainn the f. b. i. is taking on fifa president sepp blatter a source confirmed to reuters the seventy nine year old swiss national now under investigation by u. s. authorities this you both down bladder shook the soccer world tuesday by saying he would give up his host after seventeen years on the job he had just been reelected to a fifth term the u. s. department of justice is elbow deep in an investigation involving almost a hundred and fifty million dollars in bribes so far nine fifa officials and five other executives have been arrested bladder had kept his head below the parapet but investigators closed in tuesday after his deputy jerome balcony was linked to a ten million dollar payment relating to the twenty ten world cup in south africa that payment central to the u. s. case meanwhile swiss authorities are running their own investigation into fee for us awarding of the world cops to russia and qatar so far bladder hasn't been charged with anything runner up in the race for president jordan's prince ali bin ali hussein hasn't confirmed he would run again but says he was willing to help critics welcomed blatter's resignation saying the culture of bribes and kickbacks he created boosted revenues but muddied the image of the beautiful game