Warner’s controversial letter to Sport Minister Anil Roberts

On 20 April 2012, then Works Minister and former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner wrote Sport Minister Anil Roberts to complain about the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation’s (TTFF) tardiness in nominating his preferred candidate for the post of Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president:

 

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