NEW YORK – soccer federation of North and Central America and the Caribbean has pursued two suspects in the FIFA (FEE’-fuh) bribery scandal.
The lawsuit filed this week in New York City accuses former FIFA officials Jack Warner and Charles Blazer, of defrauding the CONCACAF (KAHN’-kuh-kaf) of tens of millions of dollars.
Both men were placed in a large AMERICAN study that resulted in criminal charges against several of the top football officials from all over the world.
Blazer has pleaded guilty and has participated in the FIFA probe. One of his lawyers declined comment Friday.
Warner is in Trinidad and Tobago is fighting extradition. He denied any violation.