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Old 20-09-2003, 22:49   #1
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Default Host of world cup 2010

Who du you thhink that will host the world cup 2010.
It will absoluty be a african country.
The candidates are South Africa, Tunisia, Nigeria, Lybia, Morocco and Egypt.

We can count out Lybia and Nigeria that aren't safe there and South Africa has the best reprantion of these countries but it has a high criminality there.
Then the tourist countries Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt have definally the capatallity to give South Africa a hard vote.
But the spanish amigos most have Morocco has their favourites it so close just over the gibraltar.
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Old 21-09-2003, 15:56   #2
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i think egypt will be the best....
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It's better for everyone if it will be in a country in the north and not sown in the south so I think Morocco or Egypt!
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Morroco looks best to me, but i don't really care where it is held
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You're from holland and everybody in holland like to smoke weed, well then Morocco is the best place to visit in the world.
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Is there a chance that Tunisia and Morocco and/or Egypt could be hosting together?
I just don't know if there are enough WorldCup-able Stadiums in EACH of these countries?

Nevertheless, even in Egypt it could be a mess for the Northern Country Players that rarely know how to play football with temperatures above 30°C... or they have to play always in the evenings, when the temperatures came down again...

Btw. are there reglementations by FIFA for the temperatures that may be allowed for playing a WC Footballmatch? I doubt they will play at >45°C in a stadium without Shadow on the field....
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I thought after the fiasco of Germany getting the world cup in 2006 ahead of South Africa,That S.Africa were just about guaranteed the cup in 2010 ??? not sure.
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Is there a chance that Tunisia and Morocco and/or Egypt could be hosting together?
I just don't know if there are enough WorldCup-able Stadiums in EACH of these countries?

Nevertheless, even in Egypt it could be a mess for the Northern Country Players that rarely know how to play football with temperatures above 30°C... or they have to play always in the evenings, when the temperatures came down again...

Btw. are there reglementations by FIFA for the temperatures that may be allowed for playing a WC Footballmatch? I doubt they will play at >45°C in a stadium without Shadow on the field....


No Egypt,Morocco or tunsia won't host the world cup togther but Tunisia joined Lybia.
There are good stadiums in theese countries like in Morocco there are the natoinal stadium that have the capicity to have 80.000 pepole and so are there in Egypt.
But the contry that get the world cup will build up better stadiums and heat can be resulted by having world cup august
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Do the North African countries have the money to build 10-12 new stadiums and the infrastructure to support them ?????
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No Egypt,Morocco or tunsia won't host the world cup togther but Tunisia joined Lybia.
There are good stadiums in theese countries like in Morocco there are the natoinal stadium that have the capicity to have 80.000 pepole and so are there in Egypt.
But the contry that get the world cup will build up better stadiums and heat can be resulted by having world cup august

Tunisia joined Lybia? Woow, I hope George doesn't hear that...
OK I think they joined for getting the WorldCup to their countries...

When do these stadiums for 80.000 People get filled normally?
Do the Local Football Heroes attract so many people regularly?

Ok of course, also Germany is still spending big money in getting all their stadium-dreams come true till 2006, but on the other hand, I have some doubts about investing big amounts of money to have 10-12 WorldCup Stadiums ready for the Tournament, while social investments could be much more helpful to people living there...

...oh and I don't intend to say: WC only for the rich states, of course not!! ...just that I see troubles ahead...
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Do the North African countries have the money to build 10-12 new stadiums and the infrastructure to support them ?????


Good point, I didn't even mention the infrastructure b4, but it adds A LOT to the costs...
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I thought after the fiasco of Germany getting the world cup in 2006 ahead of South Africa,That S.Africa were just about guaranteed the cup in 2010 ??? not sure.


That was my impression up to now too....
but hey, I don't think it's a fiasco having the WC in Germany 2006!
My son will be 5 years old by then and I hope he'll be quite happy to attend live at WC Matches... and see Spain beating Germany 3:1 in the Final... JUCHUUUU!!!!!!!

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Well if Spain get to the Final I'll be in contact with someone in Germany for the possibility of getting
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of course north african countries to organize a world cup like Mexico they had a world cup but they aren't richer then the northafrican countries.
But we will see.
The cost of ticest will be cheaper i think
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