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Wembley Stadium fails to meet deadline

Multiplex, the Australian construction firm, today announced what many had feared for months. Due to construction overruns the new Wembley stadium would not be completed in time for the F.A cup.

The company has suffered a number of set backs through out the course of the projects, from labour disputes to even reports the blackmail by the Russian mafia.

This years F.A cup, the highlight of the British soccer season will instead be held at the dubiously named "Stadium of Light" in Cardiff, Wales.

A statement issued by Multiplex said that it could no longer guarantee completion by May 13, and as such the F.A had taken the necessary steps to reorganize the match.

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