Trinidad and Tobago football administrator, Jack Warner, has been banned from football for life by the world governing body, FIFA, over four years after quitting football.
FIFA ethics committee announced the outcome after an investigation. Warner is also facing criminal charges in the United States over an alleged £100 million fraud.
The ethics committee previously chose not to pursue a case against Warner, a former president of Concacaf, because he was no longer involved in football.
But a change of policy saw it go after Trinidad and Tobago’s former minister of national security, even though any ban would be merely symbolic for a man who had little prospect of returning to the game.
Warner was once a vice president of FIFA.
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