CAF and Corruption for Sports Arbitration in Ghana CAF and Corruption for Sports Arbitration in Ghana
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CAF and Corruption for Sports Arbitration in Ghana

The African Football Confederation (CAF) has dealt a heavy blow to the corruption of sports arbitration in Ghana, with a decision to suspend seven governors from Ghana from participating in any sporting activity.

The African Football Confederation (CAF) decision came against the backdrop of video evidence published in a press investigation into corruption in African football that showed referees receiving money to influence the results of matches.

The decision included the suspension of Assistant Arbiter David Larrea for life, six other governors for 10 years, including three Arbiters, and a technical lecturer.

It also decided to suspend the functions of 14 judges and adjudicators of several nationalities "until they appear before the next meeting of the Disciplinary Committee."

CAF issued in July 2018, against the backdrop of the same case, sanctions against 11 key sentences and assistants against the background of the scandal itself, including a provision was adopted by the International Federation (FIFA) to participate in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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