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FIFA: New evidence will show Warner’s involvement

Jack Warner

(Trinidad Express) A FIFA corruption investigation has concluded there is fresh evidence to support claims that former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner and Mohamed bin Hammam colluded to offer bribes of up to US$1 million (£625,000) to Caribbean football officials, according to the London Telegraph newspaper.

Local footballers impacting in New York

Howard Lowe

The Guyanese footballers currently campaigning in the United States are making the best of their opportunities so far. Three of the seven  are on trial with  a top New York club  for professional contracts while the others are keeping Team Guyana in contention for top

Former world champion Hatton hangs up gloves

Ricky Hatton

LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain’s former two-weight world  champion Ricky Hatton called time on his 14-year professional  boxing career yesterday. The 32-year-old has not fought since his IBO  light-welterweight world title defeat by Manny Pacquaio in Las  Vegas in May 2009.

Champtress wins $600,000 1500m C class race

Got to Go of the Jumbo Jet Stable on the inside gets the Better of King Maker of the Jagdeo Stable on the outside in the F class battle. 

Champtress of the Simple Royal stable on the Corentyne Coast captured the feature C class race when the Port Mourant Turf Club in collaboration with the People’s Progressive Party/Civic held a pre-CARICOM Day horse race meet at the turf club last Sunday.