The FIFA corruption scandal controversy continues to dominate the football world and headlines, and it will not change any time soon.
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner made sure of that when he made another comment criticizing the U.S. investigation of the corruption scandal.
The site had published an article that said the U.S. had “announced” that they would be hosting the 2015 Summer World Cup.
Warner took this article seriously and wondered why the U.S. would want to host the FIFA World Cup if the organization was so bad.
The former vice president went on to accuse the U.S. of wanting to host the next two World Cups, but they will not be hosting either of them.
14 officials have been indicted on corruption charges that include accepting bribes and wire fraud, and Warner is among those who are being charged, but he maintains his innocence.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter also insists that he is not responsible for the corruption that has taken place in the organization.