Suspended FIFA vice-president Jack Warner yesterday failed to deliver on his promise of Blatter bombshells—the e-mail exchange between himself and FIFA president Sepp Blatter—which he said would clear him of the allegations of facilitating a cash-for-votes bribery scandal.
Those who say that sports and politics do not mix will certainly want to rethink that notion when it comes to international sports and moreso football and FIFA. And who better to be at the centre of the world’s biggest sporting and political controversy than our own sporting politician Jack Warner?
Sport and Youth Affairs Minister Anil Roberts says if Works and Transport Minister Jack Warner is found guilty by the FIFA ethics committee, it would have a negative impact on local football.
FIFA vice-president and CONCACAF president Austin Jack Warner has been a member of the FIFA Executive Committee since 1983, and CONCACAF president since 1990.
Fifa has been rocked further as Sepp Blatter and Jérôme Valcke, its two most senior figures, were accused of a "politically motivated" subversion of the presidential election process by one of the men suspended in the ethics committee inquiry.
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FIFA yesterday suspended executive committee members Mohamed bin Hammam and Jack Warner over bribery allegations, while completely exonerating president Sepp Blatter in the gravest corruption crisis facing football’s world governing body.
Suspended FIFA vice president Jack Warner told journalists in Zurich that he blames the President of FIFA, the world football governing body, for the allegations made against him: “At the end of the day, Blatter has to be stopped.”
The following is a statement made today by Jack Warner to the media following the news of his suspension by FIFA from all international and national football-related activities.