FFA concerned about Brazil security

November 11, 2013
By Angela Habashy
FFA boss David Gallop has admitted the governing body has concerns over security at next year's World Cup with ongoing violence and civil unrest in Brazil.

The Socceroos recently experienced first hand the nation-wide protests when they played Brazil in Brasilia in September.

Police were forced to fire tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse dozens of protesters outside the Mane Garrincha stadium in the nation's capital less than an hour before the match while a heavy police ...

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