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Concacaf investigates Brunswijk, the 60-year-old Inter owner-player and convicted drug dealer, for ‘potential integrity issues’

Concacaf has mandated its disciplinary committee to investigate an incident between Surinamese club Inter Moengotapoe and Honduran outfit CD Olimpia on Tuesday evening, as a video appeared to show Moengotapoe owner, Ronnie Brunswijk, distributing money to Olimpia players and officials in their dressing room after the match. Olimpia won the …

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X-rated: the FBI’s sordid tale of FIFA corruption, mental disability and Jack Warner

Predictably, the United States Department of Justice’s latest X-rated exposé of FIFA—picture football administrators and television executives sneaking into deserted boardrooms to aggressively screw football fans and players—was effusive in its awe of the world governing body’s answer to John Holmes, former FIFA VP, CONCACAF president and Trinidad and Tobago …

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CFU endorses Nakhid for FIFA presidency; aims to recover Warner money

Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick has endorsed former Trinidad and Tobago football captain David Nakhid’s bid for the role of FIFA president, as the most unlikely presidential campaign gathered considerable traction. Nakhid, who never worked within FIFA before or held an administrative portfolio outside of his Lebanon-based David …

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