Sepp Blatter is facing the media after being elected Fifa president for the fifth time despite a week which saw the organisation mired by corruption arrests.
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- Sepp Blatter has accused Uefa of shirking from responsibility after missing the first executive meeting of the term
- New British vice president David Gill rejects his new position
- Blatter says arrests by US authorities were politically motivated
- Greg Dyke says Blatter will not last two years as president
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Mr Blatter was re-elected on a majority of 133 to 73 over Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan. This was not enough to meet the required two-thirds majority, but Mr Hussein withdrew from the race before a second round of voting began.
In a bizarre acceptance speech, Mr Blatter said: "I was a little bit nervous today, but now I am the president of everybody. I am the president of the whole Fifa. This game is important, but more important [is to] enjoy life."
Two separate criminal investigations are now under way – one in Switzerland and one in the US – into allegations of corruption within Fifa stretching back 20 years.Reuse content