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fifa has bound former executive chuck blazer from all football related activity for life soccer's governing body saying blaze is guilty of many and various acts of misconduct the move costs into exile in insider turned whistleblower before football a mickey hasn't says the move will do little to restore fee for us but , %HESITATION can you restore your reputation when , and the very first night you're suspending aid is actually admit isn't owned up to %HESITATION the guilt that is done , so until they , take action against people who , uh , of unknown due to and misconduct , and , then their reputation will remain in taxes plays a has been working undercover with u. s. prosecutors to investigate fifa , reported to have one i want to record meetings with executives the seventy year old hopes the corporation will win him a reduced sentence after pleading guilty to charges of bribery money laundering and tax evasion his band comes as fifa finds itself under investigation for corruption in the u. s. and switzerland fourteen of the organization's executives already facing charges , the u. s. justice department says they are implicated in bribes and kickbacks totaling one hundred and fifty million dollars