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  Worksheet: World Cup bosses to discuss drinks breaks
Updated 07 March 2002, 11.02

Read this story carefully and correct its spelling mistakes.

Matches in this sumer's World Cup could be splitt into quarters to giv tired footballers a brake from the hot whether in Korea and Japan.

Football boses are going to discus an idea to hav drinks breaks in the midle of each half at the tournament that starts in May.

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But Fifa officials say it isn't likely to hapen, because they don't like to make rool changes jus for a single tournament.


The idea was sugested by the people who run German football, becose they're worried that the weather wold be much hoter than their players were used to.

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But Fifa says that Japan isn't that hot dureing the summer, and say that rain is going to be a much biger problem, becos at the time of the World Cup rain storms are very likely.

Sum poeple think that the idea actually has nuthing to with helping the playirs, and is really a clevar way of making time for more advurts.

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