Joseph Blatter, FIFA’s current president, was claimed after dumping his statements last weekend, which hinted that Germany would have bought the 2006 World Cup.
In an “open letter to Germany”, published in the German newspaper Bild, Blatter wrote:
“(…) Show that in granting the World Cup you can always find some reason to develop conspiracy theories. Even with regard to Germany, which offered a perfect World (…) do not believe in conspiracy theories, but facts,” said Blatter, who has been subject to criticism in this country by relating it to the specter of corruption.
“While no concrete evidence that the granting of any World something has gone wrong you must have the legality of the election. This is as true for Germany and other countries. This is the core of my message,” says Blatter finally.