German journalists continue the investigation on the receipt of Germany world Cup 2006
The German football Association has promised the former Vice-President of FIFA Jack Warner many benefits for the casting vote at the election of the host country of the 2006 world Cup, informs Der Spiegel.
In particular, Warner was given 1,000 tickets to the 2006 world Cup elite category, the resale of which could bring the officer of the incomes of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In addition, a contact person was supposed to transfer to Warner a contract to supply soccer balls, cleats and equipment by adidas in Trinidad and Tobago is the home country of Warner. The deal is valued at $ 4 million.
The scandal also involved Franz Beckenbauer, who at the time was President of the “Bavaria”. Under contract with Warner, Bayern had to play friendly matches against clubs from the CONCACAF zone in training camp.
Earlier, the Spiegel investigation revealed the complicity of the head of the German football Association Wolfgang Niersbach of bribing officials of FIFA, after which the official was forced to resign.