A previous Afghan football authority has been prohibited for a long time for “neglecting to report and anticipate” the sexual maltreatment of his nation’s female players.
An examination concerning Sayed Aghazada came after maltreatment claims were made against previous Afghanistan Football Federation president Keramuudin Kasim, when Aghazada was general secretary.
Kasim was prohibited for life in June.
Fifa is as yet investigating charges made against different people in association with a similar examination.
Protests held up – and maintained by football’s reality overseeing body Fifa – had blamed Kasim for “rehashed” sexual maltreatment from 2013-18.
Fifa said the claims had been made by “in any event” five Afghani players.
Aghazada, 28, has additionally been fined 10,000 Swiss francs (£7,983).
He was seen as in break of Fifa’s code of morals for neglecting to report misuse and for flopping in his obligation to ensure the players.
Just as his jobs inside Fifa and his very own nation, Aghazada had likewise been an official board individual from the Asian Football Confederation.