The articles of opinions that the "IP" and cyberfriends "Soccer Historian" and, more insistently, "God Football" published discrediting the Intercontinental Cup, besides being obviously biased, exclusively represent the point of view of the authors, not those of their newspaper (that makes only editorial signed by the director himself), while the FIFA's Activity and Statistical Reports, among others, are the Federation's official documents and in all of it is referred the Intercontinental Cup/Toyota Cup as the same official competition organised jointly by UEFA and CONMEBOL from 1960 to 2004, which categorically denies this theory and this other. In addition, these documents only eats the qualifying tournament predecessor FIFA Club World Cup, disqualifying this other theory. Also, in various articles published in the FIFA/UEFA/CONMEBOL institutional media that competition was referred to as "world title" and all its winners as "world champions" (Blatter said the same thing to FIFA Executive Committee before the 2005 Club World Cup, the first held after the discontinuation of the Intercontinental Cup), so it's not my invention to favor someone or something. Now if there are doubts about thes articles published on the official website of these organizations, reject these media as sources for the articles of Club World Cup and the Intercontinental Cup and we just say what official documents, which are the same as I posted in useless discussions on the Intercontinental Cup, the Club World Cup and the request for mediation.--Dantetheperuvian (talk) 00:24, 22 December 2012 (UTC)
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