By Robbie Blakeley, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - São Paulo, Brazil’s largest metropolis and home to some 20 million people, is the city facing the most severe problems as the clock counts down on the nation’s 2014 World Cup preparations. Despite being home to three major teams; São Paulo FC, Corinthians and Palmeiras - FIFA, the world football governing body, has deemed that the city’s stadiums are not up to scratch.
Morumbi, the city’s main stadium and . . .