The FIFA cleanup continues. On Tuesday, FIFA banned former CONCACAF boss Jack Warner for life, per BBC Sport.
The 72-year-old Warner, from Trinidad, quit FIFA in 2011 and has been one of the main subjects in the FIFA bribery and corruption scandal. He served as FIFA vice president but now can no longer be involved with the organization in any capacity. He is currently fighting extradition to the US on corruption charges, having denied accepting bribes worth millions of dollars.
According to FIFA, per BBC Sport, Warner committed "many and various acts of misconduct continuously and repeatedly."
BBC Sport says that FIFA began looking at Warner's activities in 2015.
Warner has been connected with FIFA president Sepp Blatter concerning illegal payments regarding World Cup television rights in the Caribbean. Blatter said on Monday that he wasn't stepping down as president until February.
In May, several FIFA officials were arrested on corruption charges surrounding bribes for the 2010 FIFA World Cup hosting bid, the 2016 Copa America and more.