Protesters in Brazil have disrupted an official visit to a football stadium being built for next year's World Cup.
A group of some 50 people stormed the Arena Pantanal, in the western city of Cuiaba, as it was being inspected by the Secretary General of Fifa, Jerome Valcke.
They shouted slogans and held banners criticising the huge amounts spent in preparations for the World Cup.
The incident raises new concerns about security during the event.
"Go home!" and "World Cup for whom?" read some of the banners carried by protesters - most of them striking teachers and postal workers. ...
See the whole story here, courtesy of the BBC.
Kicking Back Comments: As I have opined in the recent past this issue is just not going away for FIFA. It will be very interesting to see how this continues to heat up and (IMHO) erupts in front of the world in July 2014.