Kosovo bribed FIFA president to become member
Monday, 24 December 2012

Kosovo knows how to do business. It has bribed virtually every single nation that recognized the recently formed country and has numerous US and EU politicians on its payroll.

Belgrade daily "San" informed that several Albanian millionaires have paid (bribed) FIFA president Sepp Blatter 17 million euros in order for Kosovo to become a FIFA member.

 

The newspaper uncovers details of the 'plan' for Kosovo to become a member of the coveted world football body. At first the small Balkan province would be allowed to play friendlies and then it would be allowed to enter the 2018 WC qualifications in Russia.

"Kosovo's PM Hashim Thaci has given instructions to numerous Albanian millionaires to 'support' FIFA, this included the gala party in Zurich where the best football player was selected and was entirely financed by Albanians.


It is perhaps no surprise that Fadilj Vokri, the president of Kosovo's Football Federation in an interview for Croatian media appeared fully confident, stating that his country would enter FIFA very soon.


 



  

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