Minister of Sport and former Soca Warrior, Brent Sancho, believes ex-FIFA vice-president Jack Warner should be extradited to the United States “to answer serious questions” posed to him by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations).
Caught off guard
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president Raymond Tim Kee awoke in Zurich, Switzerland, in the wee hours of yesterday morning to the news that some of his CONCACAF colleagues, including president Jeffrey Webb, had been arrested on racketeering, conspiracy and corruption charges.
...as he aims to continue TTFA strategic reform
Radical changes to the management of local football are underway says Raymond Tim Kee, president of the T&T Football Association (TTFA).
The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association (CONCACAF) has issued a release stating that its competition, including the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup is unaffected, but expressed concern about corruption indictments brought against its former president Jack Warner and his successor, Cayman Islands chief Jeffrey Webb.
Swiss authorities conducted an extraordinary early-morning operation here Wednesday to arrest several top soccer officials and extradite them to the United States on federal corruption charges.
Jack Warner this afternoon surrendered to police officers at the Fraud Squad, Police Headquarters, Port of Spain. He came following news that polcie had obtained a warrant for his arrest. It is uncertain whether he will appear in court today.
The Ministry of Sport and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) are pleased to advise that the meeting of both parties last week was a cordial and productive one.
Jack Warner is among several powerful figures in global football facing charges over widespread corruption over the past two decades, the New York Times reported.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president Raymond Tim Kee has not set a date by which he will offer job contracts for over two dozen technical staff members.