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Less than 24 hours after being re-elected as Fifa president Sepp Blatter came out fighting despite the corruption scandal engulfing world football. He once again,denied any personal wrong-doing and insisted he was the only man to solve Fifa's problems. Facing reporters for the first time since he won the Fifa vote, he batted away questions about bribes, his possible arrest and why he has not resigned.
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Sepp Blatter will not see out his latest term of office following his re-election on Friday because he will be forced to resign, English Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said.
Dyke said he did not think an emergency meeting would be called by Fifa following the latest corruption allegations to hit the troubled organisation but he added: "I think what is more likely is there will be further scandals. "I think he (Blatter) will be then forced to resign."
There's no place in Arsenal's starting eleven for striker Olivier Giroud.
.@arsenal team to play Villa: Szczesny, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ramsey, Ozil, Alexis, Walcott
11 - Olivier Giroud has scored seven goals and assisted four more in his 13 FA Cup appearances. Benched.
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Emirates will sponsor the FA Cup sponsor for next three years it has been confirmed.
The airline will become the lead Partner of The FA Cup, to be known as The Emirates FA Cup, from next season until 2018.
Football is a truly global sport, a unifying factor in many communities and nations across the world. Never is this more evident than with The FA Cup, which has an unrivalled heritage and draws a global audience of more than 1.1 billion people. The spirit of competition, fair play, and sparking the passions of a global audience, are all values we share at Emirates.
That is why we are proud to be the first title sponsor of the tournament and we look forward to a long-term partnership to support and connect fans to their teams both here in the UK and across the world.
Greg Dyke, Chairman of The FA said: "Emirates' commitment to our sport i5 evident and securing such an iconic and forward-thinking lead partner for The FA Cup is great news for us, the fans and for the whole game. The partnership will help take the tournament to new audiences, inspire interest in football from across the globe and allow us to continue our investment into the game at all levels."
ITV News' Sport Correspondent Steve Scott has attended Fifa president Sepp Blatter's press conference in Zurich, and asked Mr Blatter if he fears being arrested amid allegations of bribery and corruption at the body.
Blatter says he does not fear arrest. "Arrested for what?" He says.
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