The CONCACAF Investigative Report

Wired868 offers readers a look at the Executive Summary of the CONCACAF Integrity Committee’s Investigative Report into the conduct of the previous CONCACAF administration and, in particular, the conduct of its former president and present Trinidad and Tobago National Security Minister Jack Warner and its former general secretary and chief financial officer Chuck Blazer:

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Editor’s Note: Download the entire CONCACAF report here

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2 comments

  1. We have evidence…surely means people can stop using the word “alleged” for at least some of Warner’s wrong-doings…!

  2. These are serious charges…what could they mean for the game’s future? What will we learn from this? Can there be rock stars without smoke in sports governance?

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