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Sepp Blatter has told Sky Sports News HQ he would have gone to Tasmania if he was guilty of corruption at FIFA. The former FIFA president is in the process of fighting a six-year ban from football over a 2011 payment to UEFA counterpart Michel Platini.Both men have failed to overturn their appeals at FIFA and are now in the process of appealing to the sports highest judicial body, the Court of Arbitration for Sport. And in the meantime Blatter says he will talk to the FBI, Swiss authorities or anyone else investigating corruption allegations which have snowballed since the arrests of several FIFA officials last May on the eve of the organisations annual conference.Asked if the FBI had been in touch he told SSNHQ: Direct contact? No, but they have asked the Swiss authorities to make some questions.I havent been questioned, neither by one nor the other organisation so far. I am willing to co-operate with all investigators in the US or here. Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter tells Sky Sports News HQ he did not pay Michel Platini to stop the Frenchman standing against him Asked whether he was guilty of any wrongdoing he said: I would not be as relaxed as I am.If I had in my conscience, really Sepp, you were a nasty man then I would have stopped it immediately. I would have taken my luggage and I would have gone, lets say, to Tasmania.There was a flat denial when Blatter was asked whether the £1.3m payment to Platini was a bribe to stop his long-time ally running in FIFAs presidential election.The Swiss also denied conspiring with disgraced FIFA vice-president Jack Warner to make money from the sale of television rights and said his father would rise up from the grave if he abandoned the fight to clear his name.I fight for me and my personal reputation and Im also defending FIFA in these different cases in different courts, he said.They have asked me in some cases for testimony and in other cases for information, and Ill do it because they think I can explain a little bit what happened in FIFA. Also See: World Cup section Features Latest video Get Sky Sports Jerseys China Sale . -- Playing time has been limited for Maxim Tissot this season, so the Montreal Impact defender made the most of his first scoring opportunity on Saturday. 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Some of the victims previously gave evidence to convict offenders without being named but new allegations are also being reported.Police Scotland joined seven forces in England by confirming it was looking into abuse claims.FIFA does not believe Britain is the only country where the game has been exploited by pedophiles, and world soccers governing body is ready to offer psychological support to victims.COLLEGE FOOTBALLUNDATED -- Oregon has fired coach Mark Helfrich after a disappointing 4-8 season, and just two years after getting the Ducks within a victory of the programs firsst national championship.ddddddddddddHelfrich was head coach of the Ducks for four seasons, leading the team to the first College Football Playoff championship game after the 2014 season. But Oregon faltered this year with a five-game losing streak, and finished at the bottom of the Pac-12 North with just two conference wins.After taking over when Chip Kelly left in 2013, Helfrich went 37-16. 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