James Montague

freelance soccer journalist

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Reporter covering the sport for World Soccer, CNN and BBC World Football; author of Thirty-One Nil: On the Road With Football's Outsiders: A World Cup Odyssey

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Sepp Blatter now says  he’ll resign  as President of FIFA, the world-governing body of soccer, even though he was re-elected last week -- two days after indictments were handed down…

Sepp Blatter Resigns as FIFA President

Sepp Blatter now says he’ll resign as President of FIFA, the world-governing body of soccer, even though he was re-elected last week -- two days after indictments were handed down…

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