''Asian football is in safe hands."
-- FIFA President Sepp Blatteron the reelection of Asian soccer confederation president Mohamed Bin Hammam to FIFA's executive committee after a 23-21 vote (with two other votes thrown out), that followed accusations of vote-buying and dirty tricks. South Korean Chung Mong-Joon, a FIFA vice president and political rival accused Hammam of ''acting like the head of a crime organization'' and suggested he was "suffering from mental problems. I want to advise him to consider going to hospital.'' (AP)