John Whittingdale, the chairman of the Commons Culture, Media and Sport select committee, has said he "does not have any confidence" in Sepp Blatter as Fifa president.
He told ITV News, "Sepp Blatter has known about these allegations for a considerable amount of time. We called upon him to act swiftly to clear up the concerns three years ago.
"Very little has been done since then and I have to say, I do not have any confidence in him as President of Fifa."
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