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Several national soccer coaches and team representatives pose for a picture during the Team Workshop for the 2014 FIFA World Cup at the Costao do Santinho hotel in Florianopolis, Brazil, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. With the start of the World Cup a few months away, FIFA says it will not pay some of Brazil's World Cup bills even though it admits the local organizers' failure to fulfill their commitments may jeopardize the tournament's success. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

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Jerome Valcke Secretary General of FIFA, center and Aldo Rebelo, Brazil Sports Minister, wearing light jacket, inspect Arena de Sao Paulo stadium, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. Members of FIFA and the 2014 WCup Local Organizing Committee started today an inspection tour of stadiums in host cities across Brazil. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)

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Jerome Champagne speaking to the media in London as he announces his intention to stand for FIFA president in 2015, Monday, Jan 20 2014. Champagne, a Frenchman who is a former current president Sepp Blatter adviser, on Monday became the first person to declare his candidacy for football's top job, saying he will seek the five required nominations. "We need a different FIFA, more democratic, more respected, which behaves better and which does more," said Champagne, a former diplomat who unexpectedly left FIFA in 2010 after 11-years of service. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)