Warner ready to turn heat on Blatter

Suspended Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has promised to release an email he sent to the organisation's president, Sepp Blatter, after a meeting of the Caribbean Football Union with then Fifa presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam which became the subject of the cash-for-votes scandal.

Warner said: " The email I sent to Mr Blatter is crystal clear and it tells you what happened at the meeting and of course what transpired."

Blatter, re-elected unopposed as Fifa president on Wednesday for a fourth term, said: "I have strengthened my will to fight because I'm convinced that much, or most, of what Fifa has been accused is not correct."