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Soccer czar Jack Warner is an embarrassment. And I feel no joy writing this. Rather, the emotion is one of disillusionment, sadness that this nation's entry into the ranks of the soccer elite at the World Cup in Germany in June would see our players bearing a stained flag.
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IN NOVEMBER last year after Trinidad and Tobago soccer players qualified for a place in the World Cup for the first time in this country’s history, Jack Warner, FIFA Vice-President and adviser to the TTFA was on stage at Piarco being congratulated by Prime Minister Patrick Manning. He was hailed by adoring supporters, who thronged the airport, as if he had been the one to score the goal that sent us to Germany rather than Dennis Lawrence.
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FIFA vice-president Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (T&TFF) special advisor Jack Warner has an appointment with FIFA's Committee for Ethics and Fair Play in February to discuss his involvement with the country's World Cup ticket sales.
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FIFA Vice President Jack Warner, in response  to the St Lucian media following the initiation of their FIFA Goal Project on Friday, on questions of the reports in Trinidad and Tobago about an alleged ticketing scandal for its World Cup matches, has said that he has nothing to worry about regarding the false allegations.
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I agree with fellow columnist George John that journalists ought to have rallied behind Lasana Liburd, the Express sports writer who suffered unwarranted attacks by Jack Warner, and was further denied the privilege of covering the FIFA World Cup by the ruling body's local arm, the TTFF.
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FIFA, the world governing body for football, continues to distance itself from the business dealings of its own vice-president and Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (T&TFF) president Jack Warner after revealing that Simpaul's Travel Company's 2006 World Cup ticket package was improper according to its guidelines.
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