Much ado about nothing.
That wasn't exactly Sepp Blatter's reaction to Europol's report of what the law enforcement agency said were 680 "suspicious" soccer matches over the last 18 months, but it was the bullet point.
"Most of the matches which they put in this tray, 600 or 800, have already been analyzed, dealt with and even were at court," Blatter, head of FIFA, the world governing body for soccer, told the Associated Press on Thursday.
Europol, the police liaison agency for the European Union, said it knew of 380 suspicious matches played in Europe in recent years and 300 more worldwide. Included among them were a handful of World Cup qualifiers and European Championship games, some of those under FIFA's jurisdiction.