Former President Jack Warner Sued By CONCACAF
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner is being sued for more than $50 million by the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association.
The new case revolves around an extravagant football faciity constructed in Trinidad by subsidizing millions od dollors from FIFA, claims a reports in CMC.
Warner served as the Concacaf president for over two decades before he quiting in 2011, he is being charged of falsely securing funding’s from FIFA and Concacaf to build the property.
The site owned by Warner now also incorporates a hotel and banqueting services.
Warner’s accountant and his wife along with two other companies connected to him have also been named in the case.
Warner has in the past denied any involvement in illegal activities.
He is additionally corruption case in the US and is fighting extradition in Trinidad.
FIFA banned Warner and four other former presidents from football in September after the US Department of Justice broke the news of corruption in football governance.
Canada’s Victor Montagliani was last week elected president by CONCACAF.