ZURICH, November 18- FIFA on Thursday suspended two members of its executive committee for one to three years following its probe into alleged misdealings in bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Claudio Sulser, president of FIFA’s ethics committee, said Nigeria’s Amos Adamu was banned for three years and Oceanian football chief Reynald Temarii for one year.
Both men were fined and four other footballing officials were also sanctioned.
"For Reynald Temarii, FIFA vice president, he was prohibited from exercising any activity relative football for one year," and fined 5,000 Swiss francs, Sulser told journalists.
"Amos Adamu … was prohibited from footballing activities for three years."