The news repository — that in Oct pennyless a story alleging Germany bought votes to secure hosting rights for a contest — pronounced it has seen a agreement detailing perks that a Trinidad and Tobago central and a organisation he headed would be given by a German football organisation (DFB).
Warner was boss of a North American, Central American and Caribbean Football Confederation (CONCACAF), and he was among an initial organisation of 14 people indicted final May on racketeering, temptation and income laundering charges by a US Attorney General.
The DFB has certified to a existence of a understanding though has pronounced it was usually a draft.
Der Spiegel pronounced that incentives offering by Germany to a ex-CONCACAF arch enclosed 1,000 World Cup tickets of a many costly difficulty that Warner would be means to sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A “contact person” would get $240,000 for a deal, according to a report.
In addition, $4 million value of merchandising including Adidas footballs, bags and boots would be sent to a Caribbean.
Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich were also allegedly involved.
Franz Beckenbauer was a club’s boss during a time, and underneath a purported contract, Bayern were approaching to sight for 3 weeks each year with a CONCACAF team.
The DFB would take assign of a copy of tickets for adult to 8 gift games, as good as a prolongation of 30,000 Trinidad and Tobago flags.
The flags would be picked adult by a member of Warner’s entourage, with a first-class flights to be paid for by a DFB.
The repository pronounced a agreement was “supposedly not implemented”, though that a DFB had been strike with a check for a prolongation of Trinidad and Tobago flags and a apart one for a copy of tickets for a gift diversion between Trinidad and Panama.
Both bills date to 2000, a year a hosting rights of a 2006 World Cup were awarded to Germany.
The DFB had certified to a existence of a breeze understanding with CONCACAF that was sealed by Beckenbauer, after German daily Bild in Nov pronounced a agreement was directed during shopping votes.
Germany kick South Africa by 12 votes to 11, with one abstention, to win a right to horde a tournament.
Der Spiegel had reported in Oct that Germany had paid 6.7 million euros ($7.4 million) to FIFA to buy votes in a bid.
German authorities launched an review into a allegations and German military raided a offices of a German Football Federation (DFB) in November.
Prosecutors pronounced they were rising a taxation examine opposite 3 tip officials during a federation, though could not pursue accusations of crime since a government of stipulations on swindle had expired.
Both former DFB arch Wolfgang Niersbach and Beckenbauer have denied any wrong-doing in tie with winning a right to horde a tournament.