Does the end of Sepp Blatter mean a new era for soccer?

Posted by PBS NewsHour, Nate Wek on

Sepp Blatter, president of soccer's international governing body FIFA, stunned the world yesterday when he announced he would resign, just days after winning a fifth term. Yesterday it was reported that Blatter's top deputy had been linked to wire transfers believed to be bribes related to World Cup bids. Judy Woodruff talks to Declan Hill, author of "The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime."

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