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Possible FIFA presidential successors hail Sepp Blatter's resignation

ESPN's Jeremy Schaap discusses potential successors for Sepp Blatter and believes that Blatter is still "a crook" even if he is not found criminally liable.

UEFA president Michel Platini was among those to praise Sepp Blatter's decision to resign as FIFA president on Tuesday.

Platini had personally asked his former mentor to resign last week in the wake of indictments against top FIFA officials on U.S. racketeering charges, but Blatter declined and went on to be re-elected to a fifth term as president on Friday.

But Platini was placated on Tuesday after Blatter revealed his decision to step down as soon as a successor can be found.

"It was a difficult...

Brazil's Luiz Gustavo to miss Copa America due to knee surgery

Brazil national team Director Gilmar Rinaldi does not think Brazil feel any obligation to win the Copa America, but believes the side must be prepared to shoulder the pressure of playing for the national team.

Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo has been ruled out of Brazil's Copa America squad as he is set for knee surgery next week after sustaining a meniscus injury.

Gustavo, 27, featured for Wolfsburg in their 3-1 win against Borussia Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal final on Saturday and got on the scoresheet for his club.

However, the former Bayern Munich midfielder, who has won 32 caps for Brazil, is now set to miss the Copa America -- which takes place in Chile from June 11 to July 4 -- having struggled...

Brazil police seek to charge ex-football chief Ricardo Teixeira

Football legend Pele says he still favours Sepp Blatter to be FIFA President, after the 79-year-old won a fifth term in charge of football's world governing body last week.
ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses all the talking points surrounding the recent FIFA controversy.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Brazilian federal police have requested that prosecutors charge the former president of the Brazilian football confederation with corruption crimes related to $147 million in "atypical" bank transfers as he led preparations for the 2014 World Cup.

Local newsmagazine Epoca was the first to report on the inquiry, saying it had obtained the two-year police investigation into Ricardo Teixeira, which was concluded and delivered to prosecutors in January but was not made public.