MIAMI - Trinidadian Jack Warner was
re-elected unanimously as president of CONCACAF, the
confederation for North and Central America and Caribbean football, at its congress on Tuesday.
Warner, who was unopposed, returns for his sixth consecutive
term as head of the region which covers 35 FIFA member
"I am honoured to have been entrusted to lead this
Confederation for another four years, particularly in our 50th
anniversary year," said Warner, who has headed CONCACAF since
Warner is widely viewed as a key power-broker within FIFA
where he is a vice-president and has long been considered a key
ally of FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
Lisle Austin of Barbados and Justino Compean, the Mexican
Football Federation president, were elected as CONCACAF
CONCACAF holds its bi-annual tournament, the Gold Cup, in
June and will also celebrate its 50th anniversary.
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