World football’s administering body Fifa has forced a real existence restriction on resigned Niger referee Ibrahim Chaibou from all football-related exercises and has additionally fined him 177,000 euros.
Fifa’s autonomous morals board of trustees discovered 52-year old Chaibou blameworthy of having “accepted hush money.”
“Mr Chaibou has been restricted for life from all football related exercises (authoritative, sports or some other) at both national and universal dimension,” Fifa said in an announcement on Thursday.
Fifa’s morals board of trustees did not state which amusements the world body had considered when exploring Chaibou.
Chaibou broadly granted three punishments to South Africa in a 2010 World Cup warm-up match between South Africa and Guatamala in Polokwane in 2010 which South Africa won 5-0.