The three candidates running against Blatter are Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein, brother of Jordan’s King Abdullah II; Dutch soccer head Michael van Praag; and Portugal’s Luis Figo, a former star player for Real Madrid and Barcelona. Standing near a buffet for delegates during a break in the meeting, Figo fumes, describing the events as undemocratic. After the Blatter homages, Prince Ali retreats for a cigarette on the balcony of his 16th-floor suite, overlooking revelers who dance by one of Atlantis’s 11 swimming pools. Beyond is the azure Atlantic. “It’s a controlled environment,” the prince says, “but that’s typical of the way FIFA is run.
Bonus: un video acid marca John Oliber, despre modul in care se organizeaza Cupa Mondiala,
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