SEPP BLATTER TO TRAVEL TO MOSCOW FOR WORLD CUP ON JUNE 19

Sepp Blatter to travel to Moscow for World Cup on June 19 news
Renggli said earlier this week that Blatter had received an open invitation from President Vladimir Putin.

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