Former FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb has pleaded not guilty in a Brooklyn court in relation to charges over a corruption scandal.
Jeffrey Webb, former FIFA vice-president, has entered a not-guilty plea to charges relating to the corruption scandal surrounding the governing body.
Webb is accused of accepting bribes in connection to marketing deals.
The 50-year-old, who was banned from "football-related activities" by FIFA in May, pleaded not guilty on Saturday.
Webb will remain under house arrest and was released on $10million bail.
He must stay within 20 miles of the courthouse in Brooklyn.