Its president, Sepp Blatter, is confident that the protests seen in the Confederations Cup are not repeated during the World Cup. In September Dilma Rousseff will meet to address these issues related to the World Cup.
The chairman of FIFA, Sepp Blatter, said that if during the World Cup 2014 are repeated protests that hit Brazil in the Confederations Cup last month, would create doubts about Fifa Coins to choose the South American country to host the competition was successful.
"If that happened again in 2014, then we might have to wonder if we made a wrong choice to give organizational rights to Brazil," Blatter said in an interview with German news agency DPA in Austria.
"Meanwhile, it's not going to happen. I am confident that Brazil will make a great World Cup. It's the right place, "he added. FIFA was surprised during the Confederations Cup by the protests that brought thousands Fifa 13 Coins to the streets of Brazil, which in many cases led to violent clashes between police and protesters.
Among the criticisms of the protesters included billionaire’s public expenditure for organizing the World Cup. The demonstrators protested outside the stadiums where they played some games. FIFA was forced to deny that it was considering withdrawing the World Cup Brazil as a result of social unrest.
Blatter said that in September will discuss the subject of protests and related to the World Cup with Brazil's president, Dilma Rousseff. Article source:http://www.buyfifacoins.eu/news-47147.html
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