FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke upon Friday released the sardonic comment of Brazil’s 2014 World Cup preparations, observant the destiny hosts still lacked stadia, airports as good as transportation.
“They have most still to deliver,” Valcke pronounced during the Inside World Football Moscow Forum, the vital discussion upon the hosting of football events, in the Russian capital.
“We do not have the stadia, you do not have airports, you do not have the inhabitant travel complement in place.”
Valcke emphasised which FIFA considers the awarding of the World Cup to the horde nation to be the final judgement. But his scarcely short remarks came after critique of Brazil’s preparations by FIFA boss Sepp Blatter in March.
“We cannot have the track ready during the final minute… definition which it will already be dual months or dual weeks before to the World Cup,” Valcke added.
He unfavourably compared Brazil’s preparations to the swell of Russia, which was customarily final year awarded the right to horde the 2018 book of the World Cup.
“The stadia have been the most critical things. We have been some-more modernized in Russia even than you have been in Brazil,” pronounced Valcke.