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Status quo for now and the foreseeable future. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRBY_bOL2_U&t=11s Happy birthday to America's northern...
An expanded league? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvjgdN7XneI It is a Covid-19 Cinco de Mayo....
It is just a boat load of loonies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgf6XMkOQhM There may be...
The NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights franchise will be joined by the NFL’s Mark Davis Raiders in two years, the NBA has a summer development league in town and Major League Baseball might be interested in at least kicking the tires and take a look at the city in the event there is an expansion or relocation opportunity in the future.
The 2026 World Cup is coming to North America. United 2026 gave into FIFA’s demands. All the North American stadiums that will host the matches must have grass fields.
Delegates from the governing body of soccer, FIFA, will be handing out the 2026 World Cup to either the United 2026 coalition of the United States, Canada and Mexico or Morocco on Wednesday at a meeting in Moscow, Russia.
The governing body of global soccer, FIFA is meeting in Hungary with just one pressing topic on the group’s agenda. Have the United 2026 and Morocco 2026 World Cup bids progressed enough that the two bids can be considered on June 13 and that FIFA can award the 2026 World Cup on that date in a meeting in Moscow, Russia.
It is Cinco de Mayo which for some reason resonates in the United States with celebrations at bars and taverns with revelers having no real knowledge of why it is a holiday in Mexico. On May 5, 1862, an undermanned Mexican army defeated the French at the Battle of Puebla and it was also the last time a European nation attacked a North American country.
In Donald Trump’s world, it would seem that the governing body of soccer’s World Cup and the warning that came from officials of FIFA to not lobby countries for votes for the 2026 World Cup is the least of his problems.
Some trade deals between Morocco and two Caribbean island nations, Dominica and St. Lucia have raised some eyebrows in the FIFA-World Cup orbit. Did the agreements come with a major string attached?
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