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CONCACAF suing California company over alleged kickbacks

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The following is about news for "FIFA 16". Hope to ease you a lot in the football game. To buy urfifa fifa coins is also a good method. CONCACAF pursues a California company at least $ 50 million in alleged bribes system involving two former leaders of the governing body of football. The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Football Association filed a lawsuit in federal court in Los Angeles on Monday. The lawsuit names Los Angeles-based Cartan Tours you, the owner, manager and three subsidiaries in the area. Messages left by a lawyer and officer of Cartan Tours were not immediately returned Wednesday. The lawsuit alleges' illegal drop base and parasitic relationship '' between Cartan and two former executives CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb and the Secretary General, Enrique Sanz. Webb and Sanz are not prosecuted. Webb pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges after he was arrested along with other FIFA officials in Switzerland in May. Webb was also FIFA vice-president and member of the executive committee. Want more game details, screens, and playing-skills? Follow us and visit site urfifa.com for more fan-exclusive content.
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