FIFA President Joseph Blatter (left) and German Organization Committee President Franz Beckenbauer displaed shirts to promote the FIFA campaign 'Say No To Racism' during a news conference at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin during the 2006 World Cup.
FIFA President Joseph Blatter (left) and German Organization Committee President Franz Beckenbauer displaed shirts to promote the FIFA campaign 'Say No To Racism' during a news conference at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin during the 2006 World Cup. MARKUS SCHREIBER The Associated Press
FIFA President Joseph Blatter (left) and German Organization Committee President Franz Beckenbauer displaed shirts to promote the FIFA campaign 'Say No To Racism' during a news conference at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin during the 2006 World Cup. MARKUS SCHREIBER The Associated Press
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