FIFA morals guard dogs have opened formal procedures against Caribbean soccer official Gordon Derrick. In a debasement examination, they said on Friday.
Examiners have suggested a boycott of no less than four years and a fine of no less than 15,000 Swiss francs ($15,120) against Derrick. Who is the leader of the Caribbean Football Union and general secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association. The morals board said in an announcement.
The test focuses on asserted irreconcilable circumstances. Offering and tolerating endowments and different advantages, blunder of assets, manhandle of position, it said.