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Fifa's Blatter defies calls to quit over corruption scandal

29 May 2015 Last updated at 01:39 BST

Fifa president Sepp Blatter has condemned the "action of individuals" for bringing "shame and humiliation" on football in a corruption scandal.

But he said that although many held him "ultimately responsible" for the football community, he could "not monitor everyone all of the time".

He was speaking at the opening of Fifa's congress, a day after seven top officials were held in a US inquiry.

Mr Blatter has faced calls to quit but is seeking re-election on Friday.

Dan Roan reports.