Jack’s judicial review adjourned *

Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner

Corruption-accused former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner says he is not liable to pay US$79 million in damages, which was ordered by a United States judge in a Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) lawsuit.

Triston Bonterre, corporate secretary, legal and compliance officer of the Warner Group of Companies, issued a news release yesterday stating that Warner “categorically denies that he is liable for any of the sums, which comprise part of these default judgments”.

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