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View Poll Results: Favorite CC Stadium
Maracanã Stadium - Rio de Janeiro 85 23.74%
Nacional Stadium - Brasília 108 30.17%
Castelao Stadium - Fortaleza 23 6.42%
Arena Pernambuco - Recife 81 22.63%
Arena Fonte Nova - Salvador 25 6.98%
Mineirao Stadium - Belo Horizonte 36 10.06%
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Old June 16th, 2013, 03:42 AM   #401
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Rio de Janeiro - Brazil




Sunday (16/06)

28ºC
16ºC

At 16:00 h (GMT -3)

Maracanã




Mexico
x Italy


Temperature: 27ºC
Real feel 27ºC
Wind: 10 km/h
Humidity: 63%
Chance of rain: 7%

http://www.accuweather.com/pt/br/rio.../45449?hour=33
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Old June 16th, 2013, 03:43 AM   #402
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Recife - Brazil




Sunday (16/06)

29ºC
23ºC

At 19:00 h (GMT -3)

Arena Pernambuco




Spain
x Uruguay


Temperature: 26ºC
Real feel 27ºC
Wind: 10 km/h
Humidity: 75%
Chance of rain: 47%

http://www.accuweather.com/pt/br/rec.../45090?hour=41
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Old June 16th, 2013, 03:57 AM   #403
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Man the National Stadium of Brasilia is my favorite but what the hell happened with the pitch??
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Old June 17th, 2013, 02:17 AM   #405
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Old June 17th, 2013, 03:06 AM   #406
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Old June 17th, 2013, 03:29 AM   #407
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Belo Horizonte - Brazil




Monday (17/06)

25ºC
13ºC

At 16:00 h (GMT -3)

Mineirão




Tahiti
x Nigeria


Temperature: 25ºC
Real feel 23ºC
Wind: 8 km/h
Humidity: 52%
Chance of rain: 0%

http://www.accuweather.com/pt/br/bel.../44403?hour=33

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Old June 17th, 2013, 05:12 AM   #409
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Nacional Stadium - Brazil Vs Japan
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Old June 17th, 2013, 05:23 AM   #410
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The attendances have been amazing. I know that ticket sales were very strong, but all the stadiums have been more or less full. There is maybe 1 or 2 other countries in the world where you'd have this type of turn out for foreign teams in the Confederations Cup.

I think its safe to say there won't be a spare seat for the World Cup, which is wonderful after the not-so-well attended South African World Cup.

Though I think Brasilians can be forgiven for not going to watch Tahiti! We'll see tomorrow
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Old June 17th, 2013, 05:37 AM   #411
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showing you the current numbers of ticktet sales.
Tomorow we might see an empty stadium for Tahiti vs Nigeria


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Sold out

Avaliable

1 - BRS - Brasil x Japão

64.721

0

2 - RIO - México x Itália

71.407

0

3 - RCF - Espanha x Uruguai

39.430

0

4 - BHZ - Taiti x Nigéria

17.210

36.134

5 - FTL - Brasil x México

55.938

0

6 - RCF - Itália x Japão

36.598

2.743

7 - RIO - Espanha x Taiti

68.674

1.752

8 - SAL - Nigéria x Uruguai

27.608

19.799

9 - SAL - Itália x Brasil

48.986

0

10 - BHZ - Japão x México

43.344

9.961

11 - FTL - Nigéria x Espanha

45.234

9.465

12 - RCF - Uruguai x Taiti

20.197

18.964

13 - BHZ - 1º A x 2º B

51.188

949

14 - FTL - 1º B x 2º A

46.425

6.652

15 - SAL - Perd. 13 x Perd. 14

33.935

13.692

16 - RIO Venc. 13 x Venc. 14

68.281

0

fonte: http://pt.fifa.com/confederationscup...565/index.html*

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Old June 17th, 2013, 05:56 AM   #412
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Wow really good sales. Even for Tahiti Nigeria there is 17,000 sold. Most likely they'll still get over 20,000. Considering Tahiti Nigeria is most low key match of the tournament, 20,000 would be excellent.

The image of Brasil being broadcast around the world is very positive with the stadiums and the support. Great hosts.
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Old June 17th, 2013, 01:18 PM   #413
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Wow really good sales. Even for Tahiti Nigeria there is 17,000 sold. Most likely they'll still get over 20,000. Considering Tahiti Nigeria is most low key match of the tournament, 20,000 would be excellent.

The image of Brasil being broadcast around the world is very positive with the stadiums and the support. Great hosts.
I do not agree, do not complete the stadiums capacity, yesterday to see the world champion and the champion of america had too many holes in the stands of Arena Pernambuco.

And Brazil's ability to organize ... I think Brazil is pulling Lula's great work: Stadiums designed and mutilated (Maracaná) for the benefit of rich people in a country with a hobby so hot and humble as the Brazilian and organize an event like of a new rich they were (while social protests subside too violently as if to hide trash under the carpe).

You can organize an event without compromising their origins and the legacy not enjoy peoble that can to buy Vip boxes while you let the people sitting at 8 meters from the field on a newly remodeled stadium (paradoxically Gremio Arena is the prototype of a perfect stadium)

Last night's the game of Selección Española de Futbol ecilpse to a very cold stadium.
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Old June 17th, 2013, 02:02 PM   #414
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I actually thought the crowd tried to get involved, but the game was just so boring. The stadium might have been cold at times because Spain bored everyone to death; Uruguay are also to blame for sitting back like they did. The booing at times was very audible especially when Spain just held the ball on the half way line. But even when Spain created chances the crowd got involved, so you cant fault them too much.

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I actually thought the crowd tried to get involved, but the game was just so boring. The stadium might have been cold at times because Spain bored everyone to death; Uruguay are also to blame for sitting back like they did. The booing at times was very audible especially when Spain just held the ball on the half way line. But even when Spain created chances the crowd got involved, so you cant fault them too much.
If Brazil play like Spain would call "jogo bonito", but as Spain is "boredom" (The final of Euro 2012 was borring..said the people..). Perhaps your concept of "fun game" is Brazil-Japan ....

The problem gambling in Spain ... is that it is Spain ... if Brazil ... would say that the selection of Brazil is much better than Pele team .. but we´re Spain ..

Last night the Spanish selection played a football 5 stars. If Xabi Hernandez and Iniesta were not Spanish they have 5 FIFA Ballon d`or.
Some look at the games to see the stadiums and FIFA organized nonsense and have no idea what is football and those who have envy us.


the Brazilian public applauded to Spain and booed by the repetitions of referee errors in the video scoreboard

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Old June 17th, 2013, 04:32 PM   #416
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If Brazil play like Spain would call "jogo bonito", but as Spain is "boredom" (The final of Euro 2012 was borring..said the people..). Perhaps your concept of "fun game" is Brazil-Japan ....

The problem gambling in Spain ... is that it is Spain ... if Brazil ... would say that the selection of Brazil is much better than Pele team .. but we´re Spain ..

Last night the Spanish selection played a football 5 stars. If Xabi Hernandez and Iniesta were not Spanish they have 5 FIFA Ballon d`or.
Some look at the games to see the stadiums and FIFA organized nonsense and have no idea what is football and those who have envy us.


the Brazilian public applauded to Spain and booed by the repetitions of referee errors in the video scoreboard
Every comparision between any team today and the Pele team (especially the 1970 team) is absurd. The Brazilian team of 2005 (champion of the Confederations Cup - Brazil 4 x 1 Argentina) is also much better than the current times but not better than the Pelé team, the best in history.
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Old June 17th, 2013, 05:18 PM   #418
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If Brazil play like Spain would call "jogo bonito", but as Spain is "boredom" (The final of Euro 2012 was borring..said the people..). Perhaps your concept of "fun game" is Brazil-Japan ....

The problem gambling in Spain ... is that it is Spain ... if Brazil ... would say that the selection of Brazil is much better than Pele team .. but we´re Spain ..

Last night the Spanish selection played a football 5 stars. If Xabi Hernandez and Iniesta were not Spanish they have 5 FIFA Ballon d`or.
Some look at the games to see the stadiums and FIFA organized nonsense and have no idea what is football and those who have envy us.

the Brazilian public applauded to Spain and booed by the repetitions of referee errors in the video scoreboard
If Brazil plays like Spain did yesterday, audience will boo the entire game. We will never call it Jogo Bonito, specially when our national team plays this way. We boo our players when they hold the ball for a single minute and don't move forward. Imagine in a entire game !
Spanish soccer may be efficient and collect victories. Good. As far as describing the game ...it's boring for anyone watching. Whether it is Spain or Brazil ... it can NOT be called Jogo Bonito.

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If Brazil plays like Spain did yesterday, audience will boo the entire game. We will never call it Jogo Bonito, specially when our national team plays this way. We boo our players when they hold the ball for a single minute and don't move forward. Imagine in a entire game !
Spanish soccer may be efficient and collect victories. Good. As far as describing the game ...it's boring for anyone watching. Wether it is Spain or Brazil ... it can NOT be called Jogo Bonito.
Well .. as the game of Spain's ugly and boring ... and the Brazilian selection (Neymar* + 10 guys (* Neymar bla bla bla)) is beautiful ... Just brazil is licensed to play well .. and yes, the game of Spain is effective .. all waiting for the opponent back ... please, that dogmatic!

In the current Brazilian selection, would play only in Spanish Neymar and substitute, because Del Bosque does not like pure strikers ....

Brasil Much has to change to aspire to Brazil 2016.

The confederations will win Italy
And the World Cup 2016 Germany.
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Spain is the Favourite.

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