Twitter Reactions On Sepp Blatter’s Resignation: After the resignation of Sepp Blatter from FIFA’s president, Twitter explodes with some funny and dominant tweets. Just after winning presidential election of FIFA president, Blatter announced his resignation. We have collected some best tweets on Blatter’s resignation from FIFA. So have a look on twitter reactions on Blatter’s resignation.
Twitter Reactions On Sepp Blatter’s Resignation
— KICKTV (@KICKTV) June 2, 2015
Honorary Real Madrid member Sepp Blatter officially resigns as FIFA President. — Campeon De La Liga (@messileftfoot) June 2, 2015
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 2, 2015
I’d be really nervous if I was leading Qatar 2022 right now. VERY nervous. — Andrew Das (@AndrewDasNYT) June 2, 2015
I think Sepp outstayed me by a few hours. Good shout. https://t.co/LZeOYNELBI
— Didi Hamann (@DietmarHamann) June 2, 2015
Blatter has resigned. Can’t quite believe it. FIFA always appeared to be such a fine upstanding organisation. — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 2, 2015
I HOPE YOU BASTARDS ARE HAPPY NOW.
— Fake Sepp Blatter (@FakeSepp) June 2, 2015
Blatter to Swiss TV on Friday: “Why would I step down? That would mean I recognise that I did wrong.” — Ben Rumsby (@ben_rumsby) June 2, 2015
I just finished writing 1,600 words that no one will ever read explaining why Sepp Blatter will never resign.
— Mark MacKinnon (@markmackinnon) June 2, 2015
Statement of UEFA President Michel Platini: “It was a difficult decision, a brave decision, and the right decision”. — Dan Roan (@danroan) June 2, 2015
— Daniel Sandford (@BBCDanielS) June 2, 2015
If you don’t want any information whatsoever on the FIFA scandal, I recommend you follow @FIFAcom
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 2, 2015
— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports) June 2, 2015
Blatter resigns. FIFA promise to “co-operate fully” with all investigations. pic.twitter.com/3q1XkmeG85
— Danny Kelly (@dannykellywords) June 2, 2015
After Blatter’s resignation, Prince Ali Al Hussein and Michael Platini are one of the favorites to be the new president of Football Internationale de Football Association. Who should be the new president of FIFA?