FILE - In this March 4, 2015 file photo FIFA President Sepp Blatter, left, congratulates Juan Angel Napout after the Paraguayan was confirmed as president of CONMEBOL during a general congress of the South American football confederation, in Asuncion, Par
Jorge Saenz
December 03, 2015

At least two dozen members of FIFA's executive committee have since 2010 been indicted or disciplined by FIFA or the IOC:

SEPP BLATTER, SWITZERLAND

FIFA president, 1998-2015, provisionally suspended for 90 days on Oct. 8, 2015. Facing a life ban from soccer by the ethics committee over a payment of $2 million of FIFA money to UEFA president Michel Platini in 2011. Switzerland's attorney general has opened criminal proceedings for suspected criminal mismanagement and misappropriation of FIFA funds.

AMOS ADAMU, NIGERIA

Served on executive committee from 2006-10. Suspended from soccer for three years on Nov. 18, 2010, for seeking bribes from undercover Sunday Times of London reporters posing as lobbyists in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding. Currently under renewed FIFA investigation.

FRANZ BECKENBAUER, GERMANY

Served 2007-11. Captained West Germany to 1974 World Cup title, coached it to 1990 title and headed Germany's local organizing committee for the 2006 World Cup. Banned from soccer for 90 days on June 13, 2014, for failing to cooperate with a FIFA investigation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids and reinstated that June 27 after he cooperated. Currently under investigation in Germany for a 6.7 million euro payment the 2006 local organizing committee made to a Jack Warner-controlled entity.

LUIS BEDOYA, COLOMBIA

Served 2014-Nov. 10, 2015. Pleaded guilty on Nov. 12, 2015, to racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud conspiracy and agreed to forfeit all funds on deposit in his Swiss bank account.

MOHAMED BIN HAMMAM, QATAR

Served 1996-2011. Suspended provisionally on May 29, 2011, and banned from soccer for life on June 23, 2011, for bribing Caribbean voters ahead of that year's FIFA presidential election. Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned the ban on July 19, 2012, but banned him for life again on Dec. 18, 2012, for ''repeated violations'' of FIFA's code of ethics while head of the Asian Football Confederation, a job he held from 2002-11.

CHUCK BLAZER, UNITED STATES

Served 1996-2013. CONCACAF's No. 2 official from 1990-2011, pleaded guilty in November 2013 to one count each of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy and willful failure to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, and to six counts of tax evasion, and forfeited $1.9 million and agreed to forfeit a second amount. The pleas were unsealed in May. Banned for life by FIFA on July 9, 2015.

MARCO POLO DEL NERO, BRAZIL

Served 2012-Nov. 26, 2015. Indicted in November 2015 on counts of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy.

VERNON MANILAL FERNANDO, SRI LANKA

Served 2011-13. Joined executive committee after serving as FIFA's regional development officer in South Asia. Suspended from soccer for eight years on April 30, 2013, for bribing voters on behalf of Bin Hammam. After an appeal by FIFA outside lawyer Michael Garcia, he was given a lifetime ban on Oct. 9, 2013.

EUGENIO FIGUEREDO, URUGUAY

Served 2013-15. Indicted in May on counts of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy and money laundering. He was banned from soccer provisionally on May 27, 2015. Had succeeded Leoz as CONMEBOL president.

JULIO GRONDONA, ARGENTINA

Served 1988-2014. Died July 30, 2014. Longtime FIFA senior vice president and finance committee chairman implicated in approving $10 million payment through FIFA to Jack Warner in 2008. DOJ's May indictment alleges it was a bribe from 2010 World Cup host South Africa.

ALFRED HAWIT, HONDURAS

Served 2015-present. Indicted in November on counts of conspiracy to obstruct justice, wire fraud, wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering, money laundering conspiracy. Succeeded Webb in May as CONCACAF president and executive committee member.

ISSA HAYATOU, CAMEROON

Interim FIFA president Oct. 8, 2015, to present, exco 1990-present. Denied claims made at a British Parliamentary hearing in 2011 that he got a seven-figure bribe to vote for Qatar. Reprimanded by the IOC in 2011 for taking cash from FIFA's then-marketing agency partner in the 1990s.

NICOLAS LEOZ, PARAGUAY

Served 1998-2013. Indicted in May on counts of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy and money laundering, and fighting extradition to the U.S. CONMEBOL's president from 1986-2013, he resigned to avoid FIFA sanctions in the ISL kickbacks case.

EDUARDO LI, COSTA RICA

Was elected to executive committee and two days before he was to be seated, an indictment was unsealed in May charging him with racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy and money laundering. He was banned from soccer provisionally on May 27, 2015. Currently in a Swiss jail.

WORAWI MAKUDI, THAILAND

Served 1997-2015. Suspended from soccer for 90 days on Oct. 12, 2015, pending an ethics committee investigation.

CHUNG MOON-JOON, SOUTH KOREA

Served 1994-2011. Banned from soccer for six years by FIFA ethics committee on Oct. 8, 2015, for misconduct during investigation of allegations linked to South Korea's 2022 bid.

JUAN ANGEL NAPOUT, PARAGUAY

Served 2015-present. Indicted in November on charges of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy. Succeeded Figueredo as CONMEBOL president and exco member.

MICHEL PLATINI, FRANCE

Served 2002-15. Former French national team captain and head of local organizing committee for 1998 World Cup, was provisionally suspended for 90 days on Oct. 8, 2015. UEFA's president since 2007 until he was suspended, he faces a life ban from the ethics committee over receipt of a payment of $2 million of FIFA money from Blatter in 2011.

RAFAEL SALGUERO, GUATEMALA

Served 2007-15. Indicted in November on charges of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy, money laundering.

RICARDO TEIXEIRA, BRAZIL

Served 1994-2012. Indicted in November on charges of money laundering conspiracy and wire fraud conspiracy, Brazilian Football Confederation president from 1989-2012, he resigned in 2012 to avoid FIFA sanctions in a kickbacks scandal involving marketing company ISL and his one-time father-in-law, former FIFA president Joao Havelange. FIFA ethics committee currently is investigating him.

REYNALD TEMARII, TAHITI

Served 2004-10. Suspended from soccer for one year on Nov. 18, 2010, for breaching FIFA's loyalty and confidentiality rules when he was secretly filmed in the Sunday Times undercover sting. Suspended from soccer for eight years on May 13, 2015, for accepting 305,640 euros ($343,000) from Bin Hammam in January 2011 to pay legal costs.

ANGEL MARIA VILLAR, SPAIN

Served 1998-present. Fined $25,000 and warned by FIFA ethics committee on Nov. 13, 2015, for misconduct during an investigation by a lawyer retained by FIFA.

JACK WARNER, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Served 1983-2011. Resigned June 20, 2011, to avoid sanctions in the bribery case that ended Mohamed bin Hammam's presidential ambitions. CONCACAF's president from 199-2011, he was banned from soccer for life by FIFA ethics committee on Sept. 29, 2015, for misconduct during 2018-2022 bidding. Indicted in May on counts of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy and money laundering.

JEFFREY WEBB, CAYMAN ISLANDS

Served 2012-15. Indicted in May on counts of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy and money laundering, and pleaded guilty on Nov. 23 to racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy, and agreed to forfeit more than $6.7 million. CONCACAF's president from 2012 until the indictment, he was banned from soccer provisionally on May 27, 2015.

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