The Investigatory Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee has recommended former Executive Committee member Worawi Makudi be given a four-year ban for a series of alleged ethics breaches.
They have also called for Makudi, a former President of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), to be fined CHF 25,000 (£19,000/$26,000/€22.000).
The 64-year-old is accused of violating general rules of conduct under FIFA’s Code of Ethics, including loyalty and forgery and falsification.
Makudi is alleged to have altered the Statutes of the FAT during his time as President of the organisation without informing its Congress.
His case will now be passed over to the Adjudicatory Chamber of the Ethics Committee, who will then deliver a verdict.
“The investigation against Mr Makudi concerned alterations of the FAT Statutes which were not approved by the FAT Congress," a statement from the Investigatory Chamber read.
"Mr Makudi was allegedly responsible for the alterations and did not inform the members of the FAT Congress about them.
“Until a formal decision is taken by the adjudicatory chamber of the Ethics Committee, Mr Makudi is presumed innocent.”
Makudi was originally suspended for 90 days by world football's governing body in October and FIFA's Ethics Committee triggered its right to extend that sanction by a further 45 days in January.
It was found in February that Makudi, who served as a member of the Executive Committee for 18 years until last year, failed to comply with his ban and was still involved with FAT matters when he was supposed to be barred from all football business.
The extension of Makudi's initial ban prevented him from standing for another term as FAT President, as the election was held on February 15.
Somyot Pumpanmuang, a former chief of police, was elected to replace him.
It had originally been suggested that the ban was placed on the official was for alleged wrongdoing during the bidding processes for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups, which were awarded to Qatar and Russia respectively.
The announcement from the Investigatory Chamber marks the latest charge on Makudi’s growing rap sheet after he was sentenced to a suspended jail term of 16 months and fined THB4,000 (£86/$115/€103) for falsifying documents in July of last year.
FIFA's Ethics Committee had also investigated him in 2011 over allegations that more than $800,000 (£600,000/€720,000) of development money was spent on projects built on land he owned near Bangkok.
That case was closed after FIFA accepted documents allegedly showing Makudi donated the land to FAT.
In May 2011, Lord Triesman, the former chairman of the English Football Association, gave evidence in the British Parliament that Makudi had demanded the television rights to a friendly between England and Thailand in return for voting for England to host the 2018 World Cup.
Makudi then unsuccessfully tried to sue Triesman for libel, claiming that the allegations were not true.