Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Another take on WC14 from Forbes

The Fall of Brazil's Corrupt Soccer King And The Rise of The Green Cup

The most powerful man in Brazilian soccer fell today after skirting decades of corruption charges. In the federal capital, two young men are chasing down a different kind of green.

Construction delays and corruption charges be damned – if Ian McKee and Vicente Mello have their way, World Cup 2014 will go down as the first Green Cup in history. ...

See the whole story here, courtesy of Forbes.

Kicking Back Comments: Brilliant or foolish? This one may go either way in the face of the nightmare that is the infrastructure of Brazil. I am certainly interested either way.

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