The former FIFA Vice President said in a letter to the Trinidad Guardian newspaper on Monday that he will speak out about his role in the sport’s World governing body and the changes he sought while he served on the executive committee.
“FIFA has tried to muzzle me with threats of a worldwide suspension,” he wrote.
“They have said that they will close down the FIFA Development Office in Trinidad by year end. They have advised that they will terminate my son’s 2012 contract at the end of this year. They have retaken the World Cup TV rights, a matter for which they have not heard the last. They have refused to give me any of my 29-year pension. They continue to do such things like revealing a video in the hope that they can embarrass me to lie down on my belly.”
He asserted: “Never, I repeat, never, regardless of the consequences.”