Cayman’s Jeffrey Webb former FIFA Vice-President, President of CONCACAF and the local football association, CIFA, has succeeded in having his sentencing delayed for a third time.
According to media reports, Webb will now be sentenced by a US Federal Court Judge on May 11 2017. Webb, is currently under house arrest in Georgia was due to be sentenced in May had it postponed until this month, November 18 and now has had it delayed again following a requests from Webb’s New York-based attorneys.
Webb pleaded guilty last November to racketeering, three counts of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering, relating to the US probe into football corruption.
As part of a plea deal, he agreed to forfeit more than US$6.7 million.
Earlier this year, the court agreed to relax the terms of Webb’s house arrest allowing him to travel beyond the 20-mile restriction initially imposed.
Webb was slapped with a life ban from all football related activities by FIFA.