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FIFA scandal dot .com : Who really needs dot .Sucks domain ?

The grand FIFA scandal that was unveiled earlier this week is still expanding; latest revelations in this $150 million dollar corruption extravaganza claim that Germany paid its way to host the 2006 World Cup.

Hardly surprising, when officials appointed get an extended stay at those positions of power, they tend to succumb to monetary temptations, and who knows what else.

FIFA president, Joseph S. Blatter just got re-elected.

FIFA president, Joseph S. Blatter just got re-elected.

FIFA, sports marketing groups, and TV broadcast corporations conspired to air the World Cup and other international soccer tournaments. Since as back as 1991, those involved conspired to receive bribes from marketing firms, in exchange for exclusive television contracts.

Meanwhile, the domain name FIFAScandal.com was registered two days ago, and it’d most likely constitute a fair use of the FIFA trademark, if only its registrant hurried up and posted some content.

Who really needs a dot .Sucks domain when the world ‘scandal’ when appended to a major entity, can deliver the same – if not stronger – message?

For the record, FIFASucks.com is already registered since 2010.

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