(WFI) American’s biggest event could be played abroad … An inside look at the World Cup stadium difficulties in Brazil … Zurich stadium bill defeated again.
August 30 – Premier League will see record summer spending … FIFA concerned about discredited Rio lab … Platini reiterates support for winter World Cup for Qatar … UEFA says Financial Fair Play rules are working with club losses down… More inside.
August 29 – Tottenham’s Gareth Bale close to sealing his dream move to Real Madrid, but Carlo Ancelotti won’t take command of Welshman until Sept. 11… UEFA bans Fenerbahce for match-fixing… Moroccan international gets provisional suspension… More inside.
BRASÍLIA (July 28, 2010) – Brazil will invest US$ 18.7 billion in infrastructure to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup, according to Brazilian Minister of Sports Orlando Silva Jr. Speaking on a teleconference today, the Minister stated that these resources will fund 50 projects in 12 Brazilian host cities. Nearly 78 percent of funding will
17/12/09 Refurbishment bill for Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Maracana Stadium, expected to host 2014 World Cup Final, set to hit $280 million.