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Sports Doppelgangers, Volume 82: The “Law and Order” Comes To FIFA Edition

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You may need a NASA super-computer to calculate the level of irony inherent in the fact that recently disgraced and soon-to-be-former FIFA president Joseph “Sepp” Blatter shares an eerie resemblance with one of television’s most famous prosecutors, actor Steven Hill.  The fact that Blatter looks just like gruff District Attorney Adam Schiff on the perpetually running “Law and Order” can only get funnier if Blatter actually ends up on trial.

For our full series of Doppelgangers, you can see the most recent entries here, or the archived versions here.

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One comment on “Sports Doppelgangers, Volume 82: The “Law and Order” Comes To FIFA Edition

  1. Just to be clear, there’s nothing lawful and orderly about FIFA.

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