BODDEN TOWN: Jeffrey Webb, the former CONCACAF president and FIFA vice-president who has pleaded guilty to FIFAGate corruption charges, has been struck off the voters’ register for next month’s Cayman Islands general election.

He was removed from the list in the Islands district of Savannah after his admission of racketeering.

Webb, currently under house arrest at his US home in Georgia, is due to be sentenced on May 11, two weeks before the May 24 election.

His register removal was in accordance with rules stating that voters must be resident in the islands for at least two out of four years before the last registration date for an election.