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Just a few days away from the largest sporting festival in the world, the stories coming out of Brazil are not so festive. The handwringing reflects less on Brazil, but on whether the world even needs a World Cup anymore.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is less than a week away, but is host country Brazil ready for the games? Stadiums are still under construction, thousands of people have been displaced, and protests are ongoing. We take a look at the situation on the ground.
Many people have been and still are dumbfounded by the dissatisfaction of a large part of the Brazilian people with the 2014 World Cup: how come the country of soccer, where almost anyone carries a story of passion for this sport, is protesting against its major event? Between the devotion for the ball and the general discontentment, what has been lost?
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A large number of Brazilians do not have access to sports; the number of high performance athletes is low, and there is a
As the debate about the correctness of the CBF's decision to fire Mano Menezes continues, Menezes' successor, Luiz Felipe Scolari, has remained tight-lipped about his tactical plan for the future of the Brazilian national football team.
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