"It's always good to have new ideas, new opinions and new blood," Prince Ali said Monday at SoccerEx. "I do believe in term limits. You serve the time you have and that's that. I think people would much happier knowing, even as people to aspire to a position, when they end."

Blatter has seemed more willing in recent years to heed calls for change, introducing goal-line technology and strengthening racism sanctions.

Air Max 90 Men FIFA, though, still struggles with corruption scandals discrediting many former executive committee members. Blatter, however, has emerged largely unscathed -- despite often being booed when he faces fans at major matches.

Air Max 90 for Sale "(I) just ask for a little bit more respect and fair play and perhaps also the truth, although this is not so easy because it is not such good information," Blatter said. "If you ask me how I deal with that, at the beginning it was very heavy and I was suffering.

"But now my situation has been cleared and cleaned by all possible means outside of FIFA, inside of FIFA. So therefore I am confident and I am going forward as an optimist."

Air Max 95 for Sale FIFA faces a turbulent future as it deals with the fallout from awarding the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 tournament to Qatar. FIFA last week received three reports from ethics investigator Michael Garcia and his team after their year-long probe of alleged corruption in the bidding contests.

If the Middle East's first World Cup is not taken from Qatar, FIFA must determine how the event can be moved from the summer heat. Blatter cancelled a planned visit to SoccerEx in Manchester to stay in Zurich, where football leaders were meeting Monday to discuss the potential disruption to the international calendar caused by starting the 2022 World Cup in January or November.

"We have already said we cannot play in summer in this heat in Qatar, then we have to play in winter," Blatter said. "Now we are making this consultation."

The more pressing challenge is resisting calls from some British and German politicians to take the World Cup from Russia or boycott the tournament as punishment for President Vladimir Putin's intervention in Ukraine.

"A boycott in sport never has had any benefit," Blatter said. "Let us wait and see the geo-political situation and FIFA shall not intervene with politics. But for the time being we are working with Russia."

Looking further ahead, Blatter offered encouragement for a bid by the United States or Canada for the 2026 World Cup

"If you look at the rotation of the World Cup then it should go back to Africa or go to the Americas," Blatter said. "As we have been in South America, I think North America has a better chance than South America .... perhaps there's a big commercial opportunity arising now in the United States because of the tremendous television audiences that are booming and that the World Cup has also encouraged in its domestic game as well.

"We did well with football when it first went to the United States but the opportunities are bigger now."