[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Football Association (CONCACAF) today announced that in response to the U.S. Justice Department indictment issued on December 3, 2015, CONCACAF’s Executive Committee provisionally banned seven individuals from all football-related activities on a national and international level within the CONCACAF region.
In accordance with the Confederation’s Statutes, the provisional bans, which are effective immediately, will remain in place pending the results of the U.S. Justice Department investigation and until they are ratified by the Confederation’s Congress.
The provisionally banned individuals are:
• Alfredo Hawit (Honduras)
• Ariel Alvarado (Panama)
• Brayan Jimenez (Guatemala)
• Hector Trujillo (Guatemala)
• Rafael Callejas (Honduras)
• Rafael Salguero (Guatemala)
• Reynaldo Vasquez (El Salvador)
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