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'Award-winning reporter Andrew Jennings has led the way investigating corruption in world football' Daily Mail
‘A meticulously researched and detailed dossier into the inner workings of FIFA’ Sunday Business Post
‘In Foul!, Jennings has turned his unerring attention to the bun fight that masquerades as the global governance of football’ Independent
'The appalling Sepp Blatter and his cronies' activities are laid bare in a mind-boggling web of deceit. Essential reading for cynical football fans.' Evening Herald Dublin
Andrew Jennings is an internationally respected journalist, writer and film-maker. His seminal book exposing Olympic corruption ‘The Lords of the Rings’ was an international bestseller in 1992. He has written for The Times, Daily Mail, Sunday Times and New Statesman as well as for publications all over Europe. For many years he produced and reported for Granada TV's World in Action and also for BBC radio and television.
Book exposes the corrupt culture within FIFA, and clearly points the finger at the man at the top - Joseph Blatter. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sam Dix
This is probably very well researched and I would have given it 3 stars if it wasn't for the chapter on Stanley Rous. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Bluepencilreview
I still can't believe that any organization can be as sick as FIFA is shown to be in this revealing novel. Read morePublished on 6 Mar. 2012 by Denny
Very good read. Would recommend this book to anyone with a slight interest in football or any other sports. Delves into the murky depths of FIFA.Published on 1 Dec. 2011 by Kriss
This book by a former Daily Mail reporter is similar to "The Lords of the Rings" which he co-wrote about the goings-on behind the scene at the International Olympic Committee. Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2011 by John Fitzpatrick
Very good read, written almost in the style of a story. In hindsight, though, it is even more revealing considering awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. Read morePublished on 13 Feb. 2011 by M. smith
Going by the recent spate of reviews I think alot of people, like me, got this book in response to Englands failed bid for 2018 and its a pity that the book only goes up to 2005,... Read morePublished on 3 Feb. 2011 by Jimbo 1962
They should have passed a copy of this book to the English FA before they bid for the 2018 World cup as they would have realised they never had a chance of getting it and that it... Read morePublished on 15 Jan. 2011 by Mr. M. J. Davies
This is a very interesting book which bought for my partner he loves and read in three days he couldnt put it down once he started reading it.Published on 6 Jan. 2011 by sammy