Brady also praised the Republic team and supporters for keeping their cool after the misery of losing out to a goal which should have been disallowed, and said Fifa should have praised that sporting attitude.
"I think my country deserves more recognition from Blatter," Brady said.
"He has currently ignored most of the controversial things that went on that evening.
"He never had anything to say about that at all, like Henry's behaviour after scoring the goal and how that stands within his campaign to have fair play within the game.
"Henry celebrates as if he's done nothing wrong. Is that fair play? Hardly.
"But Mr Blatter chose to talk about the request to be considered as the 33rd team."
Following Brady's attack, Franz Beckenbauer told BBC Radio 5 Live: "Sepp Blatter is an excellent president. He speaks all the languages, he has all connections to even to the smallest federation. He is perfect for this job."
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