Sepp Blatter has challenged his critics to prove that he is corrupt, and insists that anybody who accuses him of guilt by association to the corruption scandal engulfing world football's governing body "should go to jail."
Blatter announced on June 2 he would step down as FIFA president at an extraordinary congress to be held between December and March.
It followed the crisis in late May which saw 14 people indicted in the United States on football-related corruption charges.
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But the 79-year-old...