CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer on Sunday refused to discuss allegations that he made against two FIFA executive committee members accusing them of bribery.

Blazer instead welcomed fans and the media to the beginning of the Gold Cup during halftime of the opening match of the 2011 event between Costa Rica and Cuba.

''I won't be addressing any of the jurisprudence issues,'' Blazer said.

Blazer has accused FIFA vice president Jack Warner and fellow executive committee member Mohamed bin Hammam of bribery in connection with last Wednesday's election.

Bin Hammam had been the lone challenger to Sepp Blatter, who was elected unopposed to a fourth termas president after Warner and bin Hammam were suspended pending a full investigation.

Blazer accused bin Hammam and Warner of offering Caribbean soccer leaders $40,000 each in exchange for votes in the presidential election