Ghana’s Justice Anin Yeboah has been voted chairman of the Fifa Disciplinary Committee.
He polled 98 percent of the votes at the world football governing body’s Congress held in Bahrain on Thursday.
In May last year, he was elected member of the adjudicatory chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee and served with the following personalities; Oscar Vicente Scavone Rivas (Paraquay), Akihiro Hara (Japan), Damiani Juan Pedro (Uruguay), Abdoulaye Diop (Senegal), Hallen Yngve (Norway), Jack Kariko (Papua New Guinea), Liu Chi (China) and Alan Rothenberg (USA).
Justice Anin Yeboah has served on various judicial bodies in the Ghana Football Association including the Disciplinary Committee, Appeals Committee.
He also served on the Appeals Committee of the Confederation of African Football.