FIFA is what it is. A federation of football associations and nothing other than that. Each of its member organisations are also the same within their own countries and none are government alligned. They have their own rules and regulations which they have to abide by and FIFA has its own disciplinary arrangements. Like it or not that is how it is. The Poland government has suspended its FA for corruption or whatever and FIFA has taken the view that no government has this right. That may be a debatable point. However FIFA invites the local FA to host the European Championship and not a country or its government so it has told the government that with no FA then there is no Championship. That is within FIFA's rules and remit to do this. Personally I think that FIFA is as corrupt as any other large organisation and you only have to look at the bribery allegations when World Cups etc are voted on. What can be done about this situation is very debateable but something needs to be done where serious corruption is alledged although not yet proven. We have a similar situation in Iraq and perhaps it is time that FIFA's wings be clipped a little but doing so I am certain will create just as much furore.