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Disgraced Ex-FIFA Executive Chuck Blazer Dies

His disclosures about corruption inside soccer’s governing body ultimately led to the ouster of Sepp Blatter, the group’s president.
Source: Arnd Wiegmann / Reuters

Chuck Blazer, the former FIFA executive whose revelations about corruption in soccer’s governing body led to charges against 14 current or former officials, as well as the ouster of Sepp Blatter, the group’s longtime

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