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Blatter considering legal action against FIFA

By Reuters
01 February 2018   |   4:06 pm
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter, currently serving a ban from the sport, told Reuters on Thursday (February 1) he is considering legal action against the global football body in an attempt to clear his name.

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