Sorry if this doesn't belong here, but as it affects U.S. interests in soccer I'll proceed. Blatter today backed opposition to Malcolm Glazer's plans to take over ManU. [http://soccernet.espn.go.com/headlinenews?id=315680&cc=5901] I personally am against the buyout as well, but it seems to me that Blatter oversteps his bounds as FIFA president. This, the Rio Ferdinand affair, he made a comment about Mutu a couple of weeks ago, and his continued attempts to force teams to play in a World Club Championship. I'd like to see the last one, but right now it isn't feasible. I guess in a way I'm trolling, just griping about Blatter, but the man seems to interfere in everyone's business whether it really concerns him or not, and I'm tired of it.