Interesting article here on the recent Soccerex conference held in Rio, where it will be held every year approaching to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Laying out the article, Professor Christopher Gaffney writes:
I’m writing about Soccerex because it gives deep insight into the precarious and bordering-on corrupt state of Brazilian football, the preparedness of Rio for mega-events, and the general absurdities that are pertaining in the run up to 2014.
Read the article in full here.
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