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Reforming FIFA will take more than Sepp Blatter’s resignation.  Collective action from all parties is the only way to kick corruption out of the organisation.

We need a new era in football – one without corruption and with increased transparency in the beautiful game. The public expect nothing less.

Over the weekend another allegation of sport corruption hit the headlines. The Sunday Times claimed that a London football club, which has secured the use of the Olympic Stadium after the Games, was making regular payments to a member of the deciding body during the bidding process.

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