LONDON - FIFA's Ethics Committee will meet
on July 22-23 to decide the fate of suspended Asian football chief
Mohammed Bin Hammam over the alleged bribery scandal at the
Caribbean Football Union meeting in May, world football's
governing body said on Wednesday.
The Zurich meeting will be convened on July 22, four days
later than originally scheduled, with the ruling handed down on
Bin Hammam and two other officials the following day.
The Qatari, who withdrew from the FIFA presidential contest
against Sepp Blatter in the wake of the allegations, is expected
to give evidence along with CFU officials Debbie Minguell and
Jason Sylvester, who were all provisionally suspended by the
Ethics Committee on May 29.
FIFA said the three officials had received the report on the
investigations conducted by the Ethics Committee since May 29
and have been invited to present their position in writing prior
to July 22.
Bin Hammam is facing allegations that he attempted to bribe
members of the CFU in order to secure their votes in the June
election against Blatter at a meeting held in Port of Spain,
Trinidad on May 10-11.
Minguell and Sylvester are charged for breaching FIFA's
The committee will be chaired by Petrus Damaseb of Namibia.
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