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Published September 6, 2013
London Guardian's OWEN GIBSON: "There are apparently 1700 media here to cover the IOC session, including the 2020 vote. And 600 (!) of those are from Japan."
London Telegraph's PAUL HAYWARD: "Much sense in Greg Dyke's speech but his target of winning the 2022 World Cup - in Qatar - is political hogwash. Coaching revolution needed."
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