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World Cup site ‘nearly ready’

A tribal leader whose territory will host England during the football World Cup this summer has insisted that the team's hotel and training facilities will be ready in time for their arrival.

Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi, hereditary king of South Africa's semi-autonomous Royal Bafokeng Nation, which is |providing accommodation and training |facilities for England's players, has admitted that building work will continue up until the last moment.

But he also poured scorn on recent reports that his construction teams are struggling to complete England's home in time for the World Cup in June.

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