2014 FIFA World Cup Fear at Brazil

They are Serious concerns about Brazil preparations for the 2014 World Cup have been expressed by FIFA raising the prospect of transport and accommodation chaos for fans and the FIFA's secretary general Jerome Valcke admitted England fans could face major problems if the team qualifies, and said "not a lot is moving" in Brazil and that organisers need a "kick up the arse".
The Valcke in England for the International FA Board, said: "I don't understand why things are not moving to the stadiums are not any more on schedule and why are a lot of things late and the 2014 we will have a World Cup in the concern is nothing is made or prepared to receive so many people because the world wants to go to Brazil in i am sorry to say but things are not working in Brazil to you expect more support are these endless discussions about the World Cup bill to we should have received these documents signed by 2007 and we are in 2012.

The ECA say they want more money for 2014 and we say no, we have a current agreement to true that the clubs are releasing the players for the World Cup but we have agreed to give them $70million (£44.1m) for 2014 to we gave $40million (£25.2m) for 2010 to that is not enough On top of that we pay $30million (£18.9m) a year for insurance to we can discuss for 2018 and 2022 but for 2014 we have an agreement.

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