Holland coach Louis van Gaal remains convinced the World Cup was set up to favor hosts Brazil.
Brazil and Holland face each other in Brasilia on Saturday to decide who ends the tournament in third place.
The third-place play-off is not a popular match and both coaches would of course much rather be contesting the final 24 hours later in the Maracana.
Van Gaal accused FIFA of "tricks" and a lack of "fair play" earlier in the tournament when asked about Brazil’s potential path to the final.
Van Gaal was angry that Brazil, as winners of Group A, were allowed to play their second-round and quarter-final games before everyone else. As hosts, they also played their opening group game against Croatia first.
His comments provoked outrage from Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, but the Manchester United manager in waiting is standing by his words.
"I will stick to the facts," Van Gaal told a press conference.