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FIFA bans Thai football chief

FIFA’s ethics watchdog on Monday banned Thai football chief and former FIFA executive member Worawi Makudi for 90 days for an ethics breach and indicated he could face further punishment. The ethics committee said it had acted to sideline Worawi “on the grounds that a breach of the Code of Ethics appears to have been committed and a decision on the main issue may not be taken early enough.”

Worawi was banned “from all football activities at <g data-gr-id="19">national</g> and international level for 90 days. The ban is effective immediately,” said a statement released by the committee’s adjudicatory chamber. Worawi was <g data-gr-id="18">a FIFA</g> executive committee member for 18 years until May and has faced multiple allegations of wrongdoing. The Asian Football Confederation voted this year to replace him as one of Asia’s representatives on the FIFA executive. FIFA did not give details of the breach it found Worawi had been investigated for. “The case is now the subject of formal investigation proceedings,” it said.
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