Even though he biggest event in the world of soccer still will be held in a number of years time, the buzz about the country to host the majestic event has been buzzing in the internet. One of many countries that have been adorning media is pertinent to England. The Three Lions could consider a bid to host the forthcoming World Cup in 2026. That was what the Football Association chairman, Greg Dyke, said. Dyke said that any effort is dependent on whether Blatter remains in charge of setting up body Fifa during the process. And some other factors are also influential in choosing the country to host the World’s event. Dyke said that the appointment of David Gill on to the executive committee in Fifa could be truly influential in making things possible for England to get the liberty hosting World Cup in 2026.
If only David can ascertain the committee that there is a fine system and it is fair, as most emember of the committee expect, then FA could be persuaded. However, at the moment the policy regarding hosting World Cup is blatant and straightforward. Dyke said that the committee would not bid while Blatter was still in his regime. Englad, as what most people know, lost out to Russia for the liberty to host the 2018 tournament in which they came fourth during the bidding process. It was so disappointing in as much as England only got two votes. An investigation into speculated corruption as well as collusion involved in the bidding process for both the 2022 and 2018 World Cup was carried out, yet the subsequent outcome have proven that Russia had the right to host the event. The other thing surfaced was that Qatar was only of any wrongdoing.
Afterward, Dyke then questioned, presumably doubted, the conclusions and the integrity of Fifa, which added his previous statement claiming that he didn’t think it was a straight organization and this fallacy had been there for a number of years. Blatter, 79, is foraging for a fifth term in his reign in Fifa. If he is elected on May 29, he will oversee the bidding process for the 2026 World Cup, which will take place in 2017. With regards any possible bid, Dyke said that it depended, to a great extent, on the timetable. It was dependent on how quickly it had to be carried out and done.