FIFA seeks life bans for two South American football officials
18 February 2016, 14:03
Zurich - FIFA's Ethics Committee on Thursday recommended life bans for two former vice-presidents of South American Football Confderation, CONMEBOL, over corruption.
Luis Bedoya, a former member of the FIFA Executive Committee, a former CONMEBOL vice-president and, until October 2015 the President of the Colombian FA, and Sergio Jadue, a former vice-president of CONMEBOL and the former President of the Chilean FA, were targeted in reports by the investigatory chamber of the Ethics Committee.
The two reports, together with recommendations for life bans, have been sent to the adjudicatory chamber of the Ethics Committee, which is chaired by Hans-Joachim Eckert.
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