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Fair enough robh... as we say in brazil you have the "Juris esperniandis" which means in a non-literal translation: the "right to complain".

SO complain as much as you want and I'm not saying this in a condescending way, I'm being sincere here. You should complain everytime you feel attacked.

Anyway, back to the topic:

Aerial view of the works at Itaquere, which will be the place of the Corinthians' Stadium

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Adding the stadium to the terrain: (Btw, this is the old project, designed before it was selected to be a WC hoster. Some upgrades in the design were made)

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Adding the Itaquera's Educational Hub:

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Aerial view with subtitles explaining the buildings in the Hub:

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4 - Corinthians Stadium.

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For Brazilians: it seems the logo was made to pay honour to a great Brazilian kardecist: LOL!!!

My proposal to Argentina is Natal, Porto Alegre and Manaus in the first leg... LOL

This Bezzi`s coloured version is much better than the original. Good job, Bezzi!

Works in Brasilia at full power.

Capital govt said 35% of the stadium is already built as we can see in this footage:

http://video.globo.com/Videos/Player/Esportes/0,,GIM1587601-7824-BRASILIA+E+A+PRIMEIRA+CIDADA+A+RECEBER+A+VISITA+DE+AVALIACAO+DAS+OBRAS+PARA+COPA+2014,00.html

Brasilia will probably be the host city to open the Confederations Cup in 2013.

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Works in Brasilia at full power.

Capital govt said 35% of the stadium is already built as we can see in this footage:

http://video.globo.com/Videos/Player/Esportes/0,,GIM1587601-7824-BRASILIA+E+A+PRIMEIRA+CIDADA+A+RECEBER+A+VISITA+DE+AVALIACAO+DAS+OBRAS+PARA+COPA+2014,00.html Which cities will host the Confederations Cup??

Brasilia will probably be the host city to open the Confederations Cup in 2013.

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UPDATE - AUGUST/2011:

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City: BELO HORIZONTE

Stadium: MINEIRAO

Capacity: 70.000

Cost: US$ 454,9 million (renovation)

Start of works: JUL/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

20% concluded

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City: BRASÍLIA

Stadium: ESTÁDIO NACIONAL

Capacity: 71.000

Cost: US$ 410,6 million (new stadium)

Start of works: MAR/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

35% concluded

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City: CUIABÁ

Stadium: ARENA PANTANAL

Capacity: 43.000

Cost: US$ 284,8 million (new stadium)

Start of works: MAR/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

26% concluded

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City: CURITIBA

Stadium: ARENA DA BAIXADA

Capacity: 42.000

Cost: US$ 105,2 million (renovation)

Start of works: SEP/2011

End of works: DEC/2012

0% concluded

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City: FORTALEZA

Stadium: CASTELAO

Capacity: 67.000

Cost: US$ 276,7 million (renovation)

Start of works: OCT/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

23% concluded

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City: MANAUS

Stadium: ARENA AMAZÔNIA

Capacity: 44.000

Cost: US$ 305,7 million (new stadium)

Start of works: JUN/2010

End of works: JUN/2013

19% concluded

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City: NATAL

Stadium: ARENA DAS DUNAS

Capacity: 45.000

Cost: US$ 255,6 million (new stadium)

Start of works: AUG/2011

End of works: DEC/2013

0% concluded (works will start today)

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City: PORTO ALEGRE

Stadium: BEIRA RIO

Capacity: 60.000

Cost: US$ 177,4 million (renovation)

Start of works: JUL/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

15% concluded

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City: RECIFE

Stadium: ARENA PERNAMBUCO

Capacity: 46.000

Cost: US$ 325,6 million (new stadium)

Start of works: AUG/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

12% concluded

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City: RIO DE JANEIRO

Stadium: MARACANA

Capacity: 80.000

Cost: US$ 585,5 million (huge renovation)

Start of works: AUG/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

20% concluded

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City: SALVADOR

Stadium: FONTE NOVA

Capacity: 50.000

Cost: US$ 361,7 million (new stadium)

Start of works: OCT/2010

End of works: DEC/2012

20% concluded

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City: SAO PAULO

Stadium: ARENA ITAQUERA (real name TBD)

Capacity: 65.000

Cost: US$ 530,7 million (new stadium)

Start of works: MAY/2011

End of works: DEC/2013

5% concluded

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Bezzi, and how is the roof thing in Maracana. News about the suit in justice?

Not only did the judge denied the request, but she also stated that it was an invalid request, since it has been mostly demolished and it was posing a threat to people and to the structure. In the future, the case is not decided, but the worst that can happen is a request to rebuild the roof as it were. BTW, considering the judges' reasoning, even such a decision is not likely.

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Syria disqualified from 2014 FIFA World CupToday, 19 August 2011, FIFA confirmed that the Syrian football team has been disqualified from the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, and that Tajikistan is thereby reinstated into the competition.

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 17 August declared the first-leg match of the Second Round (Syria-Tajikistan of 23 July 2011) to be lost by Syria by forfeit (0:3) due to an ineligible player in the Syrian team taking part in this match.

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee reached the same decision regarding the second leg match (Tajikistan-Syria of 28 July 2011) due to the same ineligible player also taking part in this match.

In conformity with Article 7 of the Regulations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, the Bureau of the Organising Committee for the FIFA World Cup took the following decisions:

1. The Syrian team is disqualified from the competition, losing their 2nd round knockout phase by forfeit.

2. The Tajikistan team is reinstated in the competition and will thus play in the 3rd round in Group C which resumes as of 2nd September 2011, in replacement of Syria

In accordance with Article 3, paragraph 4 of the Regulations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, these decisions are final and binding, and not subject to appeal.

FIFA

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Maracana may suffer "small" delays due a workers strike that is happening for the last week and it's expected to last til next week, when justice will decide if the strike is legal or illegal.

The workers requires private medicare, more money for supermarket buyings (a very ordinary bonus in Brazil), and increasing security, since the strike began when one worker was injured after a barrel burnout.

Let's hope for a solution as soon as possible.

Maracana is the second stadium to suffer strikeout. Mineirao is the first.

And, actually, all stadiums will suffer of this, since workers have a strong appeal to ask what they want: threaten the World Cup organization.

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This render is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brasilia National Stadium is my favorite venue for the World Cup by far!

Second in my fav list is Castelao in Fortaleza, also very nice project. :)

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FIFA members impressed with the speed of the work to construct the Corinthians Stadium, which will most likely be the host of the Opening Game!

Article in portuguese:

http://globoesporte.globo.com/futebol/copa-do-mundo/noticia/2011/08/comitiva-da-fifa-faz-vistoria-na-obra-do-estadio-do-corinthians-em-itaquera.html

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Pics of some of the work already done there:

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Blatter wants 2014 opener at Rio's Maracana

AFP RIO DE JANEIRO — FIFA president Sepp Blatter has called for the opening match of the 2014 World Cup to be played at Brazil's most famous football stadium - the Maracana in Rio - and not in Sao Paulo.

"Brazilian football is Rio. And for the world, Rio is the most attractive city to open the World Cup without any doubt at all," the head of the sport's world governing body said in an interview with Sunday's edition of Estado de Sao Paulo.

"Given that the press centre and the FIFA organisation will be based in Rio, it seems that this town is the most suitable for staging the opening match."

The official announcement on where the first match of the tournament will be played will be made in October.

In the interview, Blatter lashed out at Brazilian politicians, including the president Dilma Rousseff, saying that internal disputes between "mayors, governors and the federal government" had complicated the organisation of the tournament.

"It was easier for the Brazilian football federation to work with (ex-president Luiz Inacio) Lula (da Silva) than with Dilma Rousseff," he said, refusing to expand on his comment.

The 75-year-old, who never played the game professionally, also delivered a damning judgement on the current Brazil team which will be hoping to mark the first World Cup on home soil with a sixth title.

"I followed closely the under-20s. Brazil won and I applauded them but they don't play a Brazilian brand of football...We saw what happened in 2010...Brazil lost," he said.

He also waved away the allegations of corruption that have swarmed around FIFA before and after the announcement that Russia would host the 2018 World Cup and Qatar the 2022 edition.

"We have some bad losers inside FIFA," said Blatter who went on to describe "the animosity of England" since it lost the right to host the 2018 World Cup.

"Some of the senior members of FIFA have not behaved well and I have started to act. I am asking for some time. I will announce new measures on October 21."

AFP

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I would laugh years in a row if Rio (or any other) hosts the open and the final match...

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But, at the same time I don't want Rio host the opening match. I do think it's unfair with nice candidates like Belo Horizonte and Brasilia (specially the second) who could put a nice party for opening match!

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I would laugh years in a row if Rio (or any other) hosts the open and the final match...

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But, at the same time I don't want Rio host the opening match. I do think it's unfair with nice candidates like Belo Horizonte and Brasilia (specially the second) who could put a nice party for opening match!

What happened to Sepp's wish for an opener in the Amazon?

... actually, forget it. It's Sepp. He changes his mind as often as his underwear!

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