"I think that in South America he can’t walk. He will stay in New York. But he shouldn’t be able to return here. Somebody won’t like that he comes back."
, son of the late Julio Grondona
, the former Argentina soccer federation and FIFA senior vice president, on Alejandro Burzaco
, the star witness in the FIFA corruption trial
in Brooklyn who testified he and his marketing company arranged to pay 30 South American soccer officials about $160 million in bribes. Among the bribes: $15 million to Julio Grondona -- the longtime
FIFA finance committee chairman -- for media rights to the 2026 and 2030 World Cups. (Clarin via Bloomberg