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What They're Saying
February 26th, 2010 3:13AM

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"You have to take into account that [soccer] fans in South Africa are working class people of low income."

-- Danny Jordaan, chief executive of the 2010 World Cup organizing committee, which increased from 11 percent to 29 percent the portion of all tickets set aside for citizens of the host country at about $20 -- a quarter or less than the price of other tickets. The move comes amid indications wealthy foreigners aren't snapping up seats. (AP)



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