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Ivory Coast trains for the 2014 World Cup

Ivory Coast's national football team players take part in a training session in Aguas de Lindoia ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Duration: 00:34 Jun 12, 2014
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Brazil president defends World Cup, says country ready

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Tuesday the country was ready to host the World Cup in two days' time, rejecting criticism of delays, overspending and chaos in preparations for the tournament. Duration: 01:17 Jun 12, 2014
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Colombia training session in Cotia, Sao Paulo

Colombia's national squad trained Tuesday at the President Laudo Natel Athlete Formation Center in Cotia, Sao Paulo, two days before the kick-off of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Duration: 00:38 Jun 11, 2014
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FIFA Congress stung by Blatter resign calls

Football rulers hold their annual congress amid calls from top European football for president Sepp Blatter to end his reign as FIFA president and damaging corruption accusations against Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid. Duration: 01:21 Jun 11, 2014
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What is stopping Indian Football?

New Delhi, June 11 (ANI): With the world gearing up for FIFA 2014, Indian football still remains an enigma. As even after being the most watched sport in the country, Indian football has still not been able to make its mark globally. Speaking exclusively to ANI, President of Hindustan Football Club, Mr. D.K Bose gave a detailed description of various problems faced by local players and why are they lagging behind? With India hosting the under 17 World Cup in 2017, let's hope all these problems get solved soon! Jun 11, 2014