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Kelly-Ann Baptiste named Trinidad’s top sportswoman

Women's world 100 metres bronze medalist Kelly-Ann Baptiste has been named Trinidad and Tobago’s National Sportswoman of the Year.

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JAMAICA says farewell to a favourite son: ‘Fudge’Aris

Howard_ArisA number of sporting dignitaries and diplomats are expected to be on hand today to witness the funeral service of former Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) president, Howard Robertson Aris, affectionately called 'Fudge', at the National Indoor Sports Centre.

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TRINIDAD-Embattled government minister resigns from FIFA

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Embattled senior Trinidad and Tobago government minister, Austin “Jack” Warner resigned with “immediate” effect from the world’s football governing body, FIFA, that was conducting a probe into allegations of bribery against him.

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Blatter to release corruption scandal files

ZURICH—FIFA president Sepp Blatter has promised to release the files from a ten-year-old corruption scandal that could name senior officials who took millions of dollars in kickbacks. FIFA had previously stopped a Swiss court from releasing documents identifying who received payments from the former ISL marketing agency, which collapsed in 2001.

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Warner hits back at Seaga

Austin ‘Jack’ Warner, the suspended FIFA Vice President, has hit back strongly at criticism from Edward Seaga, the Chairman of the Premier League Clubs Association.

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JAMAICA - FIFA bans Jamaica's Horace Burrell

horace_burrellZURICH (AP) — FIFA has banned senior Caribbean football official Captain Horace Burrell for six months for the Jamaican's part in a bribery conspiracy involving former presidential candidate Mohamed bin Hamamm.

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TT top cop to probe bribery allegations against Warner

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago police say it will approach the world’s football governing body, FIFA, for information in relation to bribery allegations made against its suspended vice president, Austin Jack Warner, who is also a senior government minister here.

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TRINIDAD – Warner responds to the London Telegraph video

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, October 18, 2011 - The Trinidad Guardian has a released a letter from Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, responding to the video recording of his CFU meeting in Port-of-Spain which was highlighted in the London Telegraph last Thursday.

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Caribbean football federations boycotting FIFA meeting into bribery probe

FIFA-logoThere are reports a majority of Caribbean football federations have boycotted a meeting to answer questions from FIFA’s investigators probing bribery allegations.

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Jack: It’s my voice

Jack_warner2Works and Infrastructure Minister Jack Warner admitted yesterday that the voice on an exclusive video posted on the Internet by the Telegraph newspaper in London was his voice. In the video, Warner urged fellow Caribbean officials to accept US$40,000 cash gifts from Mohamed bin Hammam, a former presidential candidate for world football governing body FIFA.

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TRINIDAD - Police: 'Nothing to probe' over Jack

Austin_Jack-Warner-001Trinidad Express - DEPUTY Commissioner of Police in charge of Anti-Crime Operations Mervyn Richardson has stated the police will not initiate a criminal probe into FIFA bribe allegations against Works and Transport Minister Jack Warner unless an official report is made.

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More change needed at FIFA says Transparency International

BinHamman_jackwarnerFIFA should limit terms for senior officials, set up an independent group to clear up anti-corruption allegations and "embrace transparency", corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) said yesterday.

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TRINIDAD - Chuck Blazer Fired by Austin?

Chuck_blazerAMERICAN Chuck Blazer, the whistle-blower who brought bribery allegations against FIFA Vice President Jack Warner, has been fired as General Secretary of CONCACAF.

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TRINIDAD – New FIFA evidence will show Warner’s involvement

A FIFA corruption investigation has concluded there is fresh evidence to support claims that former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner and Mohamed bin Hammam colluded to offer bribes of up to US$1 million (£625,000) to Caribbean football officials, according to the London Telegraph newspaper.

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Jack Warner reveals email

Austin_Jack_Warner-330x257Suspended Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has made public an e-mail that claims Mohamed Bin Hammam "bought" the 2022 World Cup finals for Qatar.

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No doubt about guilty verdict against Warner

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) Had he not quit his FIFA’s vice-presidential post, Jack Warner would have been found guilty of corruption.

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TRINIDAD-Warner pleased with report by British FA inquiry

Austin_Jack-Warner-001PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Embattled Austin Jack Warner Monday welcomed a report by the British football Association (FA) that cleared him and three other FIFA executives of corruption.

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TRINIDAD-Warner says he’d rather die than meet with American Louis Freeh

 

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Former vice president of the International football federation (FIFA), Austin Jack Warner says he would rather die than meet with American investigators probing bribery allegations within the world football governing body.

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TRINIDAD-Warner says suspension an abuse of process

jack_warner7PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Jack Warner has described his provisional suspension as FIFA Vice President, a decision which he said he learned through the media, as “an abuse of process”.

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TRINIDAD-Transparency group wants independent probe of Warner

austin_jack_warner4PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC - The Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) is calling for an independent probe of former vice president of the International Football Federation (FIFA) Austin Jack Warner.

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TRINIDAD – Jack in FIFA bribe probe – summoned to Zurich

Jack_W-Mohamed_bin_HammamFIFA, the world governing body for football, has summoned Works and Transport Minister Jack Warner to Zurich, Switzerland, this weekend as it investigates allegations of bribery involving Warner and FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed bin Hammam.

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