Football's world governing body has banned four Caribbean officials for their part in a recent corruption scandal.
Two other officials have been reprimanded and fined by FIFA, while another just was reprimanded. A further five were given warnings.
The punishments come after it was alleged that FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam bribed members of the Caribbean Football Union.
Bin Hammam later received a life ban from the organisation, while vice-president Jack Warner resigned from his position following the allegations.