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Now the cup is over, Brazil's media are seeking to blame any shortfall in commercial profits on the social movements and demonstrators. What a cheek!
The Latin American Council for the Social Sciences produced a fascinating blog about the Cup and its importance and impact on the countries of the Region.
Ed Rhodes reports on a World Cup fans match, England vs Brazil. The match was arranged with LAB's help.
Never before has Brazil received so much coverage in the UK media as in the build-up to the World Cup. But, says Sue Branford, one key issue has been ignored.
It could have been so different. Instead Brazil got corruption, repression, white elephant megastadiums... and FIFA
A brilliant comic-blog from LAB Partner A Pública, describes the trafficking of young girls to World Cup cities.
Friendly match arranged for England football fans in Manaus
A brilliant YouTube video by HBO's John Oliver
Philosophy Football's Mark Perryman provides a World Cup reading list.
UK-based Philosophy Football has a new T-shirt for the World Cup, based on a Brazilian design with the motto:

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