Former Cayman Islands Football Association General Secretary Costas Takkas 23 March pleaded not guilty to charges levied against him by American prosecutors.
Takkas was extradited from Switzerland to the United States 22 March and entered the plea in US Federal court.
Law enforcement officials accuse him of participating in the bribery schemes that have rocked FIFA over the past year and led to nearly 30 of its former leaders being indicted by law enforcement or earning bans from the game.
Takkas was a personal attache of former FIFA Vice-President and former President of CONCACAF and CIFA, Jeffrey Webb. Webb last year pleaded guilty to several counts of fraud connected to the global corruption probe in the sport.