A former FIFA vice president says he has dirt to dish on the leadership of the soccer governing body.
FOX News Radio's Alastair Wanklyn reports:
Former vice-president Jack Warner threatening to release what he called an "avalanche" of revelations about FIFA...
(Warner) "Including but not limited to its president Sepp Blatter."
Blatter is resigning. Warner himself faces charges including racketeering and wire fraud; he denies it.
He also allegedly received $10 million from South Africa, which that country's organized crime unit is now investigating.
Meanwhile, Britain offering to host the soccer World Cup in the year 2022 if it is stripped from Qatar, one nation at the center of the bribery investigations.
And, British soccer star David Beckham saying the details coming out are "despicable" and "unacceptable."
Alastair Wanklyn, FOX News Radio.
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