• Photo: Jan Kruger/Getty Images for Soccerex
    05.09.2017 /
    A three-way bid for the 2026 World Cup and a change to the FIFA World Cup qualifying system could help CONCACAF resolve rift between regions.
  • Photo: TTFA Media
    14.07.2016 /
    In the build up to the Caribbean Football Union elections, vying candidate, head of Trinidad and Tobago football David John-Williams, is causing a stir in a game of footsie under the table with CONCACAF, UEFA and, possibly, FIFA, writes Lasana Liburd in this article outlining the current situation in Caribbean football governance.
  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    28.10.2015 /
    The woeful state of governance across four of the six FIFA confederations was exposed in a fascinating evening session discussing also what the role of the confederations should take in world football.
  • Photo: Soccerex/Action Images
    09.09.2014 /
    Speaking at the Soccerex Global Convention, FIFA Vice President Jeffrey Webb called for better stakeholder representation and term limits in the world body of football. Steve Menary reports from Manchester.
  • By Lasana Liburd
    03.05.2013 /
    Comment: Lasana Liburd who over the years has had his clashes with former bigwig in international football, Jack Warner, writes a personal account on the Trinidad-Tobago country fellow. Warner was forced to quit politics in the wake of a highly critical report on his presidential management of CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football.
  • 22.04.2013 /
    A report released during the CONCACAF congress in Panama this weekend outlines harsh allegations of fund embezzlement committed by then FIFA vice-president Jack Warner and former CONCACAF general secretary Chuck Blazer.
  • 04.06.2012 /
    Lasana Liburd reports on the CONCACAF Congress in Hungary and comments on the future for the football confederation in the wake of its many corruption scandals and the election of a new president.

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