Of course when we, the English, ran FIFA up to 1970 we kept the third world nations as just that (refusing them places in The World Cup Finals).
Further in 1966 we ensured the referee in the quarter-final of England v Argentina sent off the Argentinian captain for speaking to him in Spanish, a language he did not understand. Thus the 11 Englishmen beat the 10 Argentinians by a 1-0 margin AND amazingly the Argentnians felt cheated.
In the semi-finals we allowed the English manager to switch the venue of the match from Liverpool to London at the last minute because he thought it would give England a better chance of winning, and causing the Portugese team to hastily catch a train from Liverpool to London where the England team was based, just in time to get on the pitch. We thus won 2-1 and the Portugese felt cheated and that FIFA was corrupt (which as we then ran it was an impossible notion).
In the Final, Fifa (run by us) picked match officials who did not like Germans. At 2-2, the Russian linesman awarded a goal to us (despite it clearly not crossing the goal line) and then another when our supporters had already invaded the pitch. The Germans believed FIFA (run by us) was bent. Ridiculous.
Of course after 1970 when a Brazilian edged out our English FIFA boss in a vote, we have alleged FIFA has become corrupt from being previously a paragon of virtue and integrity under our stewardship.
It is incredible that many nations do not see us as we see ourselves.
The fact that we (including the delegation led by David Cameron cheered on by The BBC) were not awarded the 2018 World Cup by the corrupt FIFA is clear evidence that they are corrupt. Any suggestion that the 11 to 20 minutes on each BBC bulletin concerning FIFA corruption is sour grapes, a sign we are unforgiving bad losers, is nonsense.
Every BBC decision on news content is both wise and just.