FIFA president Sepp Blatter cooperating with Swiss criminal probe: Lawyer

FIFA president Sepp Blatter cooperating with Swiss criminal probe: Lawyer

Sepp Blatter, the head of world soccer body FIFA, is cooperating with a Swiss criminal investigation, Blatter`s U.S. attorney said on Friday.

Caribbean can lead CONCACAF again despite scandal: CFU president

The Caribbean has been at the epicentre of the corruption scandal that has rocked FIFA, but the head of the region`s football body said there is no reason why another of their officials could not be the next head of region`s troubled confederation, CONCACAF.

FIFA soccer scandal exposes Caribbean’s corrupt underbelly

FIFA soccer scandal exposes Caribbean’s corrupt underbelly

At a Caribbean anti-corruption conference in the Cayman Islands in March last year, politicians and activists called on regional leaders to create a culture of integrity and transparency with zero tolerance for offenders. It didn’t seem to matter to the organizer that one of the main sponsors was the regional soccer body CONCACAF that was mired in a big bribery scandal.

Banned FIFA official charged with fraud, money-laundering

Banned FIFA official charged with fraud, money-laundering

A member of the financial watchdog committee at soccer`s ruling body FIFA has been charged with fraud, money-laundering and breach of trust by police in the Cayman Islands.

FIFA asks arrested finance watchdog member for explanation

FIFA has asked for an explanation from a member of its financial watchdog who was arrested on suspicion of corruption and money-laundering in the Cayman Islands.

FIFA finance watchdog member arrested on corruption charges

FIFA finance watchdog member arrested on corruption charges

FIFA faces more embarrassment after a member of its financial watchdog was arrested on suspicion of corruption and money-laundering in the Cayman Islands.

Jamaica set to host women’s U-20 football tourney

Jamaica will host Group Four of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-20 Women’s Tournament, starting from Tuesday.

Video shows Warner discussing cash payments

A video showing former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner telling Caribbean officials how to deal with cash gifts has emerged.

FIFA row: Caribbean members given 48 hrs to reply

Regional football bosses have been given 48 hours to comply with FIFA enquiries into the controversial Caribbean Football Union (CFU) meeting in Trinidad and Tobago two months ago.

FIFA row: Caribbean members given 48 hrs to reply

Regional football bosses have been given 48 hours to comply with FIFA enquiries into the controversial Caribbean Football Union (CFU) meeting in Trinidad and Tobago two months ago.

Caribbean Football Union members snub bribe investigation

A majority of CFU members have turned down FIFA’s invitation to attend investigative interviews.

Caribbean Football Union members snub bribe investigation

A majority of CFU members have turned down FIFA’s invitation to attend investigative interviews.