In staggering news, FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who was reelected to his fifth term simply a week ago and who said he was currently the president of everyone, has surrendered from his office.

Blatter’s renunciation comes in the wake of a boundless FIFA debasement outrage that prompted a global police strike at a Swiss inn a week ago. aunt

“What checks most to me is the organization of FIFA and football around the globe,” Blatter said Tuesday. “Much thanks to you for your kind consideration.”

Blatter has driven the global soccer association since 1998 and, notwithstanding several claims of corruption. That clearly has changed in the previous week, and despite the fact that the U.S. Division of Justice didn’t give off an impression of being focusing on Blatter in its examination, that doesn’t essentially mean he’s safe from this present controversy.Tuesday’s news probably made John Oliver’s fantasies come true.And now we sit tight for Oliver to drink all the Budweiser.

Oliver, obviously, wasn’t the stand out on Twitter who was mitigated delighted with Tuesday’s news.So, who will be the one to succeed Blatter and who will be responsible for (ideally) cleaning up FIFA’s dirty house?

Blatter is not yet out of the scene, in any case. He said he wants to call an extraordinary session, known as an extraordinary FIFIA congress, to choose another president “as without a moment’s delay.”