Sentencing Again Postponed For Cayman Islands Football President

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Former CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb greeting AFC President is among those charged. (CONCACAF image)
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By NAN Sports Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: The sentencing for convicted Cayman Islands football president, Jeff Webb, has been postponed for a seventh time.

The latest postponement comes after his attorneys wrote to the courts on Monday asking for a six-month delay. Webb was due to be sentenced on September 7th

Webb pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy back in November 2016 following his high-profile arrest, along with other FIFA executives and officials from sports marketing firms, at the football organization’s annual meeting in Zürich in 2015.

Webb, who now lives in Georgia. He was first jailed in Switzerland but was then placed under house arrest in the US. He has already given up over $6.7 million in relation to the FIFA bribery and corruption scandal.


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