Jack Warner Warns Of FIFA... Something?

If you've been following FIFA internal affairs for any time a) I'm sorry, and I feel your pain and b) you must have noticed that CONCACAF head Jack Warner has a very odd turn of phrase. He's been fingered by Chuck Blazer in the corruption scandal that seems to be embroiling everyone in the organisation (because they're all corrupt, duh), and he's quite irritated about that. And when Jack Warner is irritated, he says hilarious things:

I have lived three score and almost ten and my Jack hasn't been hanged as yet, why should it be hung now? By whom? The American Chuck Blazer? His American lawyer John Collins? Give me a break. I am not the faint-hearted you know ... Let them go ahead, I have no problem with that. But I'll tell you something, I will hold my head high to the very end because, I repeat here again, I am not guilty of a single iota of wrongdoing.

Before his version of the Gettysburg address, Warner also warned of a 'football tsunami' coming to engulf FIFA, which I can only imagine means that Adidas produced far too many Jabulanis* last summer and they're going to turn their Zurich headquarters into a ball pit.

*Possibly Jabulanii? I have no idea what the plural is.

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