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May 28, 2014

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Herman Santiago

I don't think the World Cup will be an all out disaster but its obvious there will be travel chaos and other things not ready to deal with the games. This is why Brazilians are correct to yell their discontent on infrastructure. But at the end, the games will be fun and I hope even the Brazilians can enjoy the games until the end no matter what the result. Sport is of unity, the same as the protest are representing.

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