Former FIFA vice president Alfredo Hawit leaves federal court Monday, April 11, 2016, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Hawit has pleaded guilty to four conspiracy counts in the sweeping FIFA bribery scandal over lucrative broadcast rights. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Former head of CONCACAF pleads guilty in FIFA scandal

Alfredo Hawit, former president of CONCACAF, plead guilty to four charges of conspiracy in the FIFA scandal. Hawit was CONCACAF president from 2011-2012, replacing Lisle Austin, who was president for six days after being banned for violating CONCACAF statutes. Austin replaced longtime president Jack Warner, who was indicted in the same corruption scandal as Hawit. […]