FIFA corruption can not overshadow football’s good effect – Beckham

David Beckham believes even though huge changes are inevitable at FIFA the ongoing corruption investigations have to in no way be allowed to overshadow the good impact football can have on divergent communities around the globe.

Beckham was speaking in the launch of his documentary ‘For The Like Of your Game’, which chronicles his quest to play a match on all seven continents in seven days culminating in an all-star UNICEF fundraising match at Old Trafford.

Beckham mentioned: “I’m sure sooner or later there will be a huge quantity of transform at FIFA.

“I think there has of course been a whole lot of distraction more than the final couple of years with fifa ultimate team coins and naturally with the allegation of corruption, but I believe that this documentary shows the powers in the game and also the power of sport.

“No matter what corruption is going on at the highest level, it’s going to by no means be as huge because the game itself.”

Among other individuals, Beckham’s flying visits take him to the jungles of Papua New Guinea, the desert of Djibouti along with a Buenos Aires barrio and an ambitious quest to play the first official football match in Antarctica.

And also the support and welcome he received through the trip has hardened Beckham’s belief that the controversial awarding with the 2018 and 2022 cheap fifa coins Globe Cups to Russia and Qatar respectively must stand irrespective of ongoing revelations.