Topic: Chuck also accepted responsibility

Chuck also accepted responsibility for his own RuneScape Gold conduct by pleading guilty and owning up to his mistakes. Chuck felt profound sorrow and regret for his actions.'Blazer pleaded guilty in November 2013 to one count each of racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy and willful failure to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, and to six counts of tax evasion.



He forfeited $1.96million (£1.5m) and agreed to forfeit a second amount, to be determined at the time of sentencing, but he was never jailed as the investigation continued. He also agreed to pay a FBAR civil penalty for $487,875 (£378,000).He was banned from football for life by FIFA on July 9, 2015.'His misconduct, for which he accepted full responsibility, should not obscure Chuck's positive impact on international soccer,' his lawyers said. 'With Chuck's guidance and leadership.



CONCACAF transformed itself from impoverished to profitable.' In 2013, Blazer revealed he had rectal cancer, diabetes and coronary artery disease.



An NYU graduate, Blazer started in terms coaching his son's club in New Rochelle and joined boards of local and regional soccer organizations. He was the US Soccer Federation's executive vice president from 1984-86, becoming chair of the national teams committee. In 1988, he and Clive Toye, who had brought Pele to the United States as the general manager of the New York Cosmos, formed the American Soccer League.Blazer urged Warner to run for president of CONCACAF in 1990. When the Trinidadian won, he made Blazer the general secretary.