• Friday Oct 12, 2012

    Webb attends England v San Marino WCQ

     

    Given his extended stay in London, FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb has gladly accepted the English FA's invitation to attend the England vs. San Marino World Cup qualifying match tonight at Wembley Stadium as a guest.

    President Webb has prolonged his stay in London after becoming ill during his flight to attend the Leaders in Football conference, where he was scheduled to give a speech regarding the future of football in this new era of transparency. After thorough evaluation regarding his shortness of breath, specialists concluded President Webb is in good condition.

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