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him of the high standards we expect from our players. We have no plan to use Suarez for any additional marketing activities during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It’s a transgression from the company’s previous policy on violence. The shoemaker dropped singer Teyana Taylor after she had a spat with fellow pop star Rihanna and threatened her over social media. Then a representative for the company said that it doesn’t condone violence of any kind. But that is how important soccer is to Adidas’ business. This week the company said it would definitely achieve its goal of at least € 2 billion ($2.7 billion) in sales in the soccer category for 2014. Suarez is obviously a major part of that plan. Others are coming out in support of Suarez too. Uruguay’s FA President Wilmar Valdez hopes to make sure he is part of theirs. He said his country will appeal the ban, noting “It feels like Uruguay has been thrown out of the World Cup.” Maybe the most unlikely? Chiellini. In a written statement he said: Now inside me there’s no feelings of joy, revenge or anger against Suarez for an incident that happened on the pitch and that’s done…I have always considered unequivocal the disciplinary interventions by the competent bodies, but at the same time I believe that the proposed formula is excessive. I sincerely hope that he will be allowed, at least, to stay close to his team mates during the games because such a ban is really alienating for a player. Hard to feel bad for an alienated Suarez though. He will remain one of the sports highest paid players, just on an extended vacation. Follow me on Twitter .The Biggest Sponsors Of Brazil's 2014 World Cup Spend Big To Engage With Fans. Every four years the FIFA World Cup arrives to global fanfare, the obvious reaction to the biggest possible event for the world’s most popular sport. That global audience is a veritable goldmine for corporations around the world, and especially so for the tournament’s official sponsors. FIFA’s major partners, which reportedly pay some $25-50 million per year, are Adidas Adidas, Coca-Cola Coca-Cola, Emirates, Hyundai Motor Hyundai Motor Group, Sony Sony and Visa Visa. Added to that are FIFA’s World Cup sponsors, a group that fifa 16 coins includesglobal brands likeBudweiser, Castrol, Continental, Johnson Johnson andMcDonald’s, plus European organic food producer Moy Park, Brazilian telecom companyOi and Yingli Solar, the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer. Those second-tier sponsors pay in the range of $10-25 million per year. That’s not an easy club to be a part of. In 2013, FIFA generated $404 million from marketing rights associated with this year’s World Cup, which comprised 29% of its annual revenue. 2014 FIFA World Cup Sponsors These companies are featured on FIFA’s website and in their World Cup promotional materials. They will also have signage at matches and air commercials during World Cup coverage.