By Ryan Mayer, CBS Local Sports
The biggest domino has fallen. In a hasty press conference today FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced that he would be resigning from his position as the head of the organization. This decision comes just three days after he was elected for a 5th presidential term on Friday in the wake of more allegations of corruption, this time focusing on the 2010 World Cup. Reports indicate that special elections will be held for the presidency sometime between December and March.
The logical thing to do in this situation is to look to the future and see who could possibly be the next head man. For me, I return to the guys that had been in the election with Blatter. One followed all the way through to the actual vote, while the other two had pulled out of the race just weeks before the corruption charges…
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