Soccer-Sorry Brazil, but for soccer fans the game must go on (Reuters)

By Mike Collett FORTALEZA, Brazil, June 23 (Reuters) – For millions of football fans around the world how Neymar and Fernando Torres perform at the Confederations Cup is of far more interest than Brazilians protesting over social issues. While locals demonstrate over the cost of stadiums for next year’s World Cup, government corruption, lack of education, public health issues and transport price hikes, most followers of the beautiful game only care about what happens on the pitch. …

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Soccer-Sorry Brazil, but for soccer fans the game must go on (Reuters)

By Mike Collett FORTALEZA, Brazil, June 23 (Reuters) – For millions of football fans around the world how Neymar and Fernando Torres perform at the Confederations Cup is of far more interest than Brazilians protesting over social issues. While locals demonstrate over the cost of stadiums for next year’s World Cup, government corruption, lack of education, public health issues and transport price hikes, most followers of the beautiful game only care about what happens on the pitch. …

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