Acting CONCACAF President Gives Blazer 48 Hours to Explain Investigation

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Concacaf Secretary General Chuck Blazer has been given two days to explain why he decided to investigate members of the football body. Barbados’ Lilsle Austin, who assumed temporary control of Concacaf after Jack Warner was suspended by FIFA’s ethics committee, wanted to inquire into Blazer’s decision to hire an attorney from the law firm Collins and Collins to conduct investigations into Concacaf members. [Jamaica Gleaner]