German magazine Spiegel claims that the German football Association and the Munich «Bavaria» was involved in the bribery of the Vice-President of FIFA Jack Warner, who helped Germany to win the right to host the 2006 world Cup.
According to the publication, Jack Warner was given 1000 tickets a premium for championship matches, from the sale of which he could fetch several hundred thousand euros.
Jack Warner were transferred to 240 thousand dollars in four years.
Bayern Munich, whose President, Franz Beckenbauer, was the head of the Committee «Germany 2006», has committed itself to training camp together with team from CONCACAF.
The German football Association was given to Jack Warner’s tickets at a reduced fare, paid tickets for the eight matches of the qualifying tournament in the CONCACAF zone, and production of 30 thousand flags of Trinidad and Tobago.