Originally Posted by Australian Red
He couldn't give a toss, his pockets have already been lined with millions of dollors worth of bribes.
I don't think it's the money that's important to him as much as the power and access he gets as head of FIFA. If it was just about money, he could have retired and bought a small island with a secret lair under a volcano by now. From what I gather, he really gets his kicks being able to fly into most countries in the world and receive treatment as if he were a visiting head of state. The guy loves having the leaders of developing countries give him the royal treatment in exchange for FIFA "grants" to build soccer facilities, which inevitably find their way into offshore bank accounts of government and sports officials.
He got pretty Machiavellian with his former henchmen Mohammed Bin Hamman and Jack Warner when they dared challenge his position as King of the soccer world.