The sentencing of disgraced former FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb has been delayed for a ninth time.
The former Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football President pleaded guilty to racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering in 2015 in relation to the widespread corruption scandal at FIFA and was due to be sentenced this month.
The latest delay however, means the Cayman Islands official is now not due to be sentenced until September 10.
Another defendant Alejandro Burzaco, a former sports marketing executive who admitted to giving out millions of dollars in bribes to South American football officials, has reportedly also had his sentencing pushed back, to August 21.
Webb has been under house arrest in the United States and has had to forfeit more than $6.7 million (£5.2 million/€5.9 million).
In 2016 he was banned for life by FIFA’s Ethics Committee and fined CHF1 million (£759,000/$1.1 million/€856,000).
Webb was one of several FIFA executives arrested in dramatic dawn raids in Zurich in May 2015 on the eve of the world governing body’s Congress.
He was then extradited to the US, where he pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering conspiracy, three counts of wire fraud conspiracy and three counts of money laundering conspiracy.