- Former FIFA executive member Amos Adamu has been banned again
- The 64-year-old has been slammed with a two-year ban from football
- He was found guilty of violating general rules
Popular Nigerian football administrator Amos Adamu has once again suffered the wrath of the world football governing body FIFA who has banned him from all football related activities for a further two years.
Adamu was found culpable of unethical conduct and has been banned yet again; recall that he suffered a 3-year-ban in 2010.
In a statement issued by the world football governing body FIFA, Adamu's latest ban from football is effective from February 28, 2017.
FIFA's ethics committee explained that the 64-year-old football administrator was involved in the organisation of an event in 2010 and was found guilty of violating general rules and conflict of interest.
Adamu was a FIFA executive committee member in 2010 when Russia and Qatar won hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.