Rafael Callejas, who was president of Honduras from 1990 to 1994, and Juan Angel Napout, a FIFA vice president and former president of the South American football confederation
CONMEBOL are among a slew of current or former football officials charged with wrongdoing.
     
A total of 39 people and two companies have been charged by US authorities in connection with the multimillion-dollar corruption scandal that erupted at FIFA earlier this year when Swiss officials swooped on a luxury hotel in Zurich.
     
About a dozen have pleaded guilty over graft that dates back decades and has threatened to bring FIFA to its knees, along with its leadership.
     
Napout, a 57-year-old Paraguayan was arrested earlier this month in another raid on the same five-star Baur Au Lac hotel and extradited to the United States earlier yesterday, escorted by two US police officers appearing in court just hours later.

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