FIFA criticized for its management style
AP, Friday 11 Feb 2011
FIFA has come under further attack for its perceived high-handed way of running world football

The European Professional Football Leagues says FIFA takes unilateral decisions and appears to interfere in their members’ business.

The 30-league group’s “dissatisfaction” echoes the European Club Association’s warning Tuesday that it was losing patience with FIFA president Sepp Blatter’s organization.

They are unhappy that FIFA has suggested a winter switch for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and “overburdened” players’ workload with extra international matches.

The EPFL says it “invites FIFA to reconsider its decision-making process and enhance participative democracy.”