Former Fifa vice-president Jeffrey Webb pleads not guilty
July 19 , 2015
Jeffrey Webb, the former Fifa vice-president, has pleaded not guilty in a major corruption scandal that has hit the sport’s world governing body.
A New York judge placed him under house arrest on a bail of $10 million.
Webb, who is from the Cayman Islands, has been accused of accepting millions of dollars in bribes in connection with selling the marketing rights.
He was extradited to the US this week after being detained in Switzerland a few months ago.