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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Flavio Zveiter
The Brazilian soccer team that was relegated in a match stopped because of fan violence will ask the country's sports tribunal to annul the result.
"It's too early to know because we still haven't received the complaint," he told the UOL Web portal and other local media. "But the general rule is that what happened on the field must be confirmed."
Flavio Zveiter, president of the sports tribunal, said it isn't likely the result of the match will be changed.