What They're Saying

"On what grounds has somebody who has not been involved in football have any influence on the decision of a World Cup?”

-- Daryan Warner, son of Jack Warner, on a report that he received payments as part of $2 million in payments from a firm controlled by Mohamed Bin Hammam, to Jack Warner, his sons and an associate after Qatar was awarded the 2022 World Cup. According to the report, Daryan Warner, based in Miami, was cooperating with the FBI in an investigation into his father. As for his lack of previous soccer involvement, it should be noted he was reportedly fined $1 million by FIFA for scalping tickets to the 2006 World Cup. (Trinidad Express)
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