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Workers building a World Cup stadium in northeastern Brazil decided to remain on strike Wednesday to demand better pay and improved benefits.
Brazilian organizers say the northeastern city of Recife will be ready to help host next year's Confederations Cup despite concerns with slow preparations.
It wasn't a tough choice for convicted bank robber Chiquinho: spend the day in a cell or make money out in the sun helping Brazil build a 2014 World Cup stadium.
Former Brazil striker Ronaldo has accepted an invitation to join the country's 2014 World Cup organizing committee.
Sepp Blatter expects at least one member of FIFA's executive committee to leave his post because of the ISL kickbacks case.
Jurgen Klinsmann is focusing on long-term changes and not short-term results. And that's OK with his boss at the U.S. Soccer Federation.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff says the construction or renovation of nine of the 12 stadiums that will host 2014 World Cup will be finished next year.
Qatar has fired Serbia's Milovan Rajevac after only four months in charge of the national team, replacing him with Brazilian Sebastiao Lazaroni.
When an electricity blackout left 60 million Brazilians without power last month, it called into question Brazil's ability to transition from a developing nation to a global economic power.