Former Fifa vice president Alfredo Hawit has pleaded guilty to four conspiracy counts linked to a bribery scandal in football’s governing body.
New York prosecutors said Hawit took bribes worth hundreds of thousands of dollars linked to the sale of marketing rights to tournaments in Latin America.
Each count could lead to up to 20 years in jail. He is also due to forfeit $950,000 (£668,000).
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