Beginning of the end? Webb sentencing now delayed until July

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By Andrew Warshaw

May 2 – Former CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb, one of the first arrests in the burgeoning FifaGate scandal and still the highest profile figure to be indicted,  has had his sentencing date put off for the fourth time since he pleaded guilty to racketeering and money laundering.

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Thinking big. Warner counter sues CONCACAF’s $20m with $40m claim, names Gulati

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By Paul Nicholson

April 26 – Five days after CONCACAF filed a lawsuit in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, claiming $20 million in damages against former executives Jack Warner and Chuck Blazer, Warner has responded by saying he will file a suit against CONCACAF for $40 million claiming “persistent defamation” of character. He also says he is suing US Soccer Federation president and FIFA Council member Sunil Gulati personally.

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