FIFA bans Caribbean football chief Gordon Derrick for six years

Gordon Derrick had his six-year ban reduced to four years by FIFA

Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick has been banned from all football-related activities for six years by FIFA’s ethics committee.

Derrick, who is also the general secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda FA, has been found guilty of six different breaches of FIFA’s ethics code, including offering and accepting bribes, mismanaging funds and abusing his position.

Derrick replaced the notorious Jack Warner as CFU boss in 2012 and was favoured to follow Warner’s path to the presidency of CONCACAF until he was blocked from standing in the 2016 election.

Despite that setback, he defeated Trinidad and Tobago FA boss David John-Williams when his position as CFU president was challenged in July 2016.

In a statement, FIFA’s ethics committee said the ban comes into force “upon notification of the decision” and he has also been fined 30,000 Swiss francs.

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  1. That meeting in 🇹🇹 organized by jack where gifts were exchange to support Ben Hammin for FIFA presidency came back to bite him.

  2. It would have been nice to do some research before printing. Gordon Derrick is not a Director of Antigua Commercial Bank.

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