FIFA cuts Warner's son from staff
FIFA has cut another tie to disgraced former vice president Jack Warner, ending his son Daryll's job as a Caribbean development officer.
FIFA says in a statement that Daryll Warner is not on its staff but declined to give further details ''due to employment confidentiality reasons.''
FIFA's website shows that it doesn't have a Caribbean development office. Warner formerly worked from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
FIFA's 12 development officers worldwide are responsible for ''identifying and implementing future projects within their respective regions.''
A FIFA-appointed emergency committee is managing Caribbean football after Warner resigned last June to avoid investigation for alleged election bribery.