A look to the future as World Cup Decision Day looms

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20 Responses to A look to the future as World Cup Decision Day looms

  1. Joamiq says:

    Hahahaha. Nice.

  2. Zoti says:

    I am scared of Qataris ruinning these kids’ dreams.

  3. Picture of Landon Donovan — funny stuff. Kyle Martino has the markings of an entertaining journalist.

  4. Gerboth says:

    Hahaha this pumps me up! “I’ll have to score about a million thousand hat tricks.”

  5. DC Josh says:

    Russia will get 2018 and Qatar will get 2022. Just wait and see.

  6. jim in Atlanta says:

    that would be a travesty to the world.

  7. Rory says:

    Ironic that his “guests” on this were way better than his guests on his old TV show.

  8. Rory says:

    Sadly, the FIFA officials vote simply on how much money they get in their pockets.

  9. Reid says:

    I was thinking 2018 Russia and 2022 Australia. FIFA will see a lot of kickbacks from the Russian bid with much less from Australia, which is probably why they put 2 bids together, so they can make money off one of them and bring football to the masses and look like they are doing a good thing for the world of football with the other.

  10. Nic D "The Texas 2 Stepper" says:

    I would not be surprised if Russia gets 2018. I would even consider traveling to the cup.

    BUT I hope Spain/Port gets it because the weather is much nicer, AND surely the atmosphere will be nothing to mess with either.

  11. bryan says:

    it wont be 2022 australia because FIFA want china in 2026 from what i have read. since australia is in the asian confederation now they have to choose one or the other. but who knows…

  12. Reid says:

    good point, forgot about that angle

  13. Nova99 says:

    China was also rumored to be part of 2018 and 2022 bid… just a rumor that people like to throw out since China is capable of hosting. Besides that would rule out all of the Asian bids as Qatar, Korea, Japan and Australia are all part of AFC and not only jeopardize the Aussie bid…

  14. Eric says:

    Isn’t alcohol illegal in Qatar?

  15. todobrillante says:

    Women are illegal in Qatar…of course ALCOHOL is! Infidel!

  16. NC Jeff says:

    More sadly, you mean their own personal pockets … not FIFA’s in general.

    USA ’94 is STILL the leading World Cup in terms of total attendance, despite the competition being increased from 52 to 64 matches starting with France ’98. That ought to be the end of the 2022 discussion.

  17. Brian says:

    Uhhh am I missing something…since when was Kyle Martino close to making the World Cup squad?

  18. Scott A says:

    I’d probably watch a Bill Cosby-Kyle Martino co-hosted “Kids Say the Darndest Things”.

  19. SG says:

    Australia worries me. Any “election” process by FIFA is surely going to be corrupt.

  20. SG says:

    Australia worries me. Any “election” process by FIFA is surely going to be corrupt.