Trinidad & Tobago: Jack Warner cleared

Manicou is incredulous over FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner's slap on the wrist regarding the alleged resale of 5,400 World Cup 2006 tickets, saying it “not only highlights FIFA‘s condemnations as being capricious, but shows that there are loopholes through which tickets could scalped.”


  • […] Years of accusations against former FIFA Vice-President turned Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of National Security, Jack Warner, came to a head yesterday as the country’s Prime Minister accepted his resignation from Cabinet. […]

  • […] 何年にも渡って非難され続けていた元国際サッカー連盟(FIFA)副会長でトリニダード・トバゴ保安相に転身したジャック・ワーナーが、ついに窮地に立たされた。 昨日(4月21日)、同国首相がワーナーの閣僚辞任を受け入れたのだ。 […]

  • […] Jack Warner, the Trinidad-born former FIFA vice president turned politician, is one of the indicted defendants, along with Caymanian Jeffrey Webb, who took over FIFA's vice presidency from Warner and promised to investigate the many corruption allegations plaguing the world football governing body. (Warner's allegedly corrupt practices were widely explored in Scottish investigative journalist Andrew's Jennings‘ book Foul, which examined everything from voter rigging to ticket scandals.) […]

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