LOC board meeting discusses FIFA Confederations Cup Posted On Friday, 19th October 2012
Next year’s FIFA Confederations Cup was the main topic of conversation at the latest six-weekly meeting of the Brazil 2014 LOC, FIFA and the Brazilian government, held in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday.
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