ZURICH - Jack Warner, one of two FIFA Executive Committee members provisionally suspended on Sunday in
an alleged cash-for-votes scandal, has been reported for
allegedly violating his ban.
"We have clear evidence of a violation of his suspension and
we have reported that to the FIFA secretary general Jerome
Valcke," Chuck Blazer, another FIFA executive committee member,
told reporters on Tuesday.
More to follow.
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