The former Fifa executive committee member has finished serving punishment for collecting bribes during voting for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups
Three years after being banned from football related activities, Amos Adamu will make a comeback to the game as his ban expired at midnight on October 19.
The former Fifa executive committee member was fingered for collecting bribes during voting for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosting right in a sting operation run by the Sunday Telegraph.
Adamu has stated that he will not be quick to rush back into sports administration but will focus on sports business.
“I went through some transformations which had been worthwhile. I am now a different person wiser than before,” Adamu has told the media.