Fifa’s admission that it has a ‘Plan B’ to stage the soccer World Cup elsewhere if South Africa is not ready in time has sent shockwaves throughout the country

Fifa’s admission that it has a ‘Plan B’ to stage the soccer World Cup elsewhere if South Africa is not ready in time has sent shockwaves throughout the country

Africa South Africa, Afrikaans Suid Afrika, officially Republic of South Africa, republic (2005 est. pop. 44,344,000), 471,442 sq mi (1,221,037 sq km), S Africa. at a moment’s notice, the failure of the new football

stadium in Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth, city (1991 pop. 670,653), Eastern Cape, SE South Africa, on Algoa Bay, an arm of the Indian Ocean. It is a tourist center and a major seaport that ships diamonds, wool, fruit, and other items. to be ready in time for next year’s

Confederations Cup, the World Cup’s A full, uninterrupted rehearsal of a play with costumes and stage properties.

1. , and the

economic and political disintegration in neighbouring Zimbabwe have

combined to cast a pall of doubt over the event’s preparations.

Local Organising Committee (LOC LOC lines of code ) chief executive Danny Jordaan Danny Jordaan (born 1951) is a South African sports administrator as well as a former lecturer, politician and anti apartheid activist. He is best known for leading South Africa’s successful Football World Cup 2010 bid. was

caught by surprise and was reportedly “furious” over reports

in the local media quoting Fifa’s head, Sepp Blatter Joseph “Sepp” Blatter (born March 10, 1936 in Visp, Wallis, Switzerland) is the 8th and current president of FIFA. He was elected on June 8, 1998, succeeding Dr. Joo Havelange (Brazil). His Senior Vice President is Julio Grondona. , as saying

there was a Plan B in case South Africa was not ready to host the 2010

Something exhibited, especially as an outstanding example of its kind.

1. anything displayed or exhibited”I could not believe my ears and my eyes when I returned from

watching the final of the Euro 2008 in Vienna, Austria. I got numerous

calls from SA journalists wanting to know what is going on.

“I am amazed by these reports. Blatter Blat i. 1. To prate; to babble; to rail; to make a senseless noise; to patter.

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