Because I love football and I love the footballers.
Yes, in general, I think there is too much club football on TV.
Fifa cannot sit by and see greed rule the football world. Nor shall we.
It's up to the national associations and their leagues to limit the entry of foreign players.
It is very important that football can see beyond religion but FIFA does not just ignore its impact.
I have no problem with G14. How can I oppose something that as far as I am concerned, does not exist?
Why is it good for football to take the excitement away from fans by overcharging them for tickets to see their team?
What I am most proud of is the legacy of hope that FIFA and football leaves around the world. It makes all of the efforts and energy I pour into this job worth it.
The source of wealth is from individuals with little or no history of interest in the game, who have happened upon football as a means of serving some hidden agenda.
FIFA's goal of making the world a better place through football cannot be achieved through our efforts alone - equally important is the power which every fan of the beautiful game has at their disposal.