Roy Hodgson has written to the mayor of Manaus in a bid to improve relations between the England camp and the Brazilian city ahead of this summer's World Cup.
The Brazilian city of Curitiba has been given until mid-February to prove its stadium will be ready to host World Cup matches in the summer, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke has announced.
Work on the stadium where England are due to play their opening World Cup match in Brazil has been partially suspended.
England face Italy in the jungle in their first Group D game at the 2014 World Cup. The venue is far from finished, as these photos show: