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FIFA vice-president faces suspension

FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has been judged to have violated the organisation’s code of ethics by his involvement with selling World Cup tickets.

The case could lead to Warner being suspended from the game’s world governing body.

Warner has been found guilty of a conflict of interest after his family’s travel agency were given the rights to sell Trinidad and Tobago’s entire ticket allocation for the World Cup finals.