Trinidadian and former Fifa Vice President Austin Jack Warner has been officially banned from the sport of Football for life.
The news of the sanction handed down to Warner came yesterday, after Fifa did its own investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 world cups and where they began looking at Warners activities earlier this year.
Fifa also highlighted that Warner has been found guilty of violating the organizations code of ethics several times.
The 72-year-old Trinidadian is the former head of Caribbean and North and Central American football (Concacaf), but quit Fifa in 2011. He is fighting extradition to the US on corruption charges and denies accepting millions of dollars in bribes.
The US wants to try Warner and 13 other current or former Fifa officials and associates who were indicted in May.