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"This represents the failure of the Brazilian state. It was something that shocked everyone, and it still hurts. Teams don't lose because they want to lose. It's something that happens in soccer.
Authorities are the ones responsible for handling this type of violence, not the clubs."
-- Mario Gobbi, president of Brazilian club Corinthians, after nearly 100 fans cut through a mesh fence to invade Corinthians' training grounds and attacked players and club employees. The training grounds will be used by Iran during this summer's World Cup. (AP)