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smiddy197
#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 1:24:35 PM
Arnold Palmer

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i am embarrassed





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smiddy197
#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 1:27:24 PM
Arnold Palmer

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cartoon kangaroo

SPELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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The Guru
#3 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 2:14:08 PM
Nadia Comanesci



Joined: 8/4/2009
Posts: 489
Location: Swami- Town

 
2 words - Elle Mcpherson.... how smokin hot is sheDrink wouldnt believe she is 45....

the presentation had to be diff so did not mind it. the animated kangaroo grew on me and was a bit a fun and hopefully that stands above the serious Yanks...

thought the whole thing was pretty bloody good....

the reports are we are a massive chance so hopefully smiddys fav kangaroo gets us over the line.


we will know in 24 hours !!!!Headbang Headbang Headbang Headbang
smiddy197
#4 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 3:45:17 PM
Arnold Palmer

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our vote is gone though cant vote for ourselves

i watched qatar it was much more factual i enjoyed it more personally



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hate the game
barney rubble
#5 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 4:03:00 PM
Phil Taylor



Joined: 10/31/2005
Posts: 2,573
Location: Asia

 
Watching it live on FIFA http://www.fifa.com/worl...bidders/live/index.html

Morgan Freeman is great speaker....."Sorry I missed a page".Tears




Some people are masters of money, and some its slaves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiO6cK4XUuI
diva
#6 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 8:29:04 PM
George Foreman


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That was patheticSick
smiddy197
#7 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 2:01:36 AM
Arnold Palmer

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Location: perth

 
i think usa and qatar are ahead of us

we wont win it



dont hate the player
hate the game
diva
#8 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 2:09:15 AM
George Foreman


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Location: Bris Vegas

 
im tipping qatar
Chaseit
#9 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 3:55:58 AM
Ian Thorpe


Joined: 12/6/2007
Posts: 5,746
Location: Hong Kong

 
smiddy197 wrote:
i think usa and qatar are ahead of us

we wont win it



Have faith smiddy!!!



smiddy197
#10 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 7:07:07 AM
Arnold Palmer

Joined: 12/14/2006
Posts: 14,408
Location: perth

 
Chaseit wrote:
smiddy197 wrote:
i think usa and qatar are ahead of us

we wont win it



Have faith smiddy!!!


im more of a realist chace

they stadiums we have are sub par to the yanks and qatar

we had a cartoon kangaroo surfing yanks had bill clinton



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Chaseit
#11 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 7:40:07 AM
Ian Thorpe


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Location: Hong Kong

 
Hahaha true true

Just saw that ad on youtube..Is that normal for a presentation for the bidding process..I mean our one?...fark..It was like a kids 5min show or something.

Id still love for us to get it but i guess we will soon see.



barney rubble
#12 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 9:41:46 AM
Phil Taylor



Joined: 10/31/2005
Posts: 2,573
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Australia should get 2022 FIFA World Cup for two basic reasons.

1. Yanks have already had it about 16 years ago and they like us don't really follow the game. It's not going to make a difference to them Soccer will continue to just be a second string sport.
2. Qatar only has 1.3 Million people. It's going to on average 40 degrees in August every day....sure all the players will be in air conditioning but what about all the FAN'S outside the ground??? Qatar are trying to buy the World Cup by giving the stadiums to developing nations.









Some people are masters of money, and some its slaves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiO6cK4XUuI
smiddy197
#13 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 12:22:45 PM
Arnold Palmer

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barney rubble wrote:
Australia should get 2022 FIFA World Cup for two basic reasons.

1. Yanks have already had it about 16 years ago and they like us don't really follow the game. It's not going to make a difference to them Soccer will continue to just be a second string sport.
2. Qatar only has 1.3 Million people. It's going to on average 40 degrees in August every day....sure all the players will be in air conditioning but what about all the FAN'S outside the ground??? Qatar are trying to buy the World Cup by giving the stadiums to developing nations.







1 rubbish

2 rubbish

does the same thing happen with the olympics no

we dont deserve it our presentation was rubbish and we are basically relying on the other 2 nations to get us in



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Chaseit
#14 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 1:22:42 PM
Ian Thorpe


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I reckon Australia will get it! GO YOU GOOD THING!!!!

Qatar is way too fucking hot..Yeah they have the cash and that..But do they even have a soccer team?

America is the only other one that is going to spoil us

Japan..Too soon brother!! Japan rocks but way too soon..Im going to Japan on Monday which will be good tho!! Could be party stations!! haha



barney rubble
#15 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 4:24:01 PM
Phil Taylor



Joined: 10/31/2005
Posts: 2,573
Location: Asia

 
Russia wins it!!

Then Qatar wins it!!!

Countries who are not afraid to throw money around. Why not call it the CASH CUP.

Blatter and merry men are a total joke. Along with the crap they go on about with video replays they are picking nations which help their coffers. FIFA is a joke!!!

Two officials got found out but the other 20 are voting. I want to throw up. How the hell a team never play in the world cup has population of just over a million in 46 degree heat could possibly attract anybody from anywhere to see the country!!!

AIR CONDITIONING STADIUMS - SEND STADIUMS TO POOR COUNTRIES _INDOOR FOOTBALL.

MONEY MONEY MONEY!!! OIL OIL OIL OIL!!!!

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PRESIDENT (1)
Sepp Blatter (Switzerland)
Age: 74 Lives: Zurich, Switzerland
Former footballer, who played in top division of the Swiss amateur league. Went on to work in journalism and PR for the likes of the Swiss Ice Hockey Federaton and timekeeper Longines.
A lawyer, he joined Fifa in 1975 and was elected as the organisation’s eighth president in June 1998.
He has more than 90,000 followers on the social networking site Twitter and the crucial casting vote in the event of a final ballot tie.

SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT (1)
Julio Grondona (Argentina)
Age: 79 Lives: Buenos Aires
Founder of Arsenal Futbol Club, not to be confused with the English Premier League side of the same name, who play in the top tier of Argentine football.
President of his country’s football association, he lists his hobbies as sports management.
His all-time favourite player is Diego Maradona, but that did not stop him dropping Argentina’s golden boy as national coach after an early exit from the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Grondona was understood to have wanted the English Football Association to face charges after former chairman Lord Triesman made bribery allegations in May about rival countries’ attempts to secure the 2018 tournament.

VICE PRESIDENTS (6)
Issa Hayatou (Cameroon)
Age: 64 Lives: Yaounde, Cameroon
Hayatou was released from hospital after being taken ill at a conference in Cairo in October.
He has been the president of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) for 23 years and was a member of the organising committee for the 2010 World Cup.
The former PE teacher lost out to Blatter when he put himself forward for the Fifa top job in 2002.
Hayatou caused controversy when Caf banned Togo from the next two Africa Cup of Nations after they withdrew from this year’s tournament following an attack on their team bus which killed two officials. The ban was later lifted.
He is one of three executive committee members who were featured in the BBC Panorama programme which examined claims of bribery in the 1990s.

Mong Joon Chung (Korean Republic)
Age: 59 Lives: Seoul
A Korean MP, he is president of his national football association and speaks English, German, Japanese and Chinese as well as his mother tongue.
His father founded the Hyundai business, which is one of the world’s biggest car manufacturers, and he is a major shareholder in the shipbuilding division.
He says he enjoys skiing and mountain hiking plus ‘drinking with friends’.
The vote-selling allegations surfaced on the day, coincidentally, he was celebrating his 59th birthday.

Jack Warner (Trinidad and Tobago)
Age: 67 Lives: Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago
Colourful character who made headlines in a club against country war of words with then-Sunderland manager Roy Keane over Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Dwight Yorke in 2008.
A real estate developer, who spent 24 years as a history lecturer, Warner has been president of Concacaf – which covers north and central American plus Caribbean football – since 1990.
He has been critical of England’s bid in the past, although was delighted to welcome former captain David Beckham to the 2010 Under-17 Women’s World Cup final in Trinidad and Tobago in September.
Seen as crucial to England’s chances, he has rubbished claims by the BBC’s Panorama programme that he procured World Cup tickets destined for the black market.

Angel Maria Villar Llona (Spain)
Age: 60 Lives: Madrid, Spain
A leading figure in the joint Spanish-Portuguese bid to stage the 2018 World Cup, Villar Llona is president of Spain’s football federation.
The former Spain and Athletic Bilbao midfielder worked as a lawyer after he hung up his boots.
As president of Fifa’s referees committee, he also defended English referee Graham Poll when he blundered by booking Croatia’s Josip Simunic three times during a group match against Australia during the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
“Graham Poll is an exceptional referee and a great sportsman, who will be able to overcome the situation thanks to his strong personality and love of the game,” Villar Llona said.

Michel Platini (France)
Age: 55 Lives: Nyon
Uefa president and a gifted former player who won the European Championship with France in 1984.
Famed as a free-kick specialist and for his passing ability, Platini scored 41 goals in 71 international matches.
He coached the France national team between 1988 and 1992, was the co-organiser of the 1998 World Cup in his homeland and is a potential successor to Blatter.
Platini collapsed in a restaurant during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. It was later reported he had fainted, having been suffering from flu.

Geoff Thompson (England)
Age: 65 Born: Sheffield. Lives: Chesterfield
Chairman of the Football Association from 1999 until 2008, Thompson was once general manager of Doncaster Rovers.
He was part of the five-strong team which delivered England’s World Cup bid book to Fifa in May.
Shortly afterwards, the magistrate replaced Lord Triesman as bid chairman when his predecessor quit following allegations he had accused rivals Russia and Spain of bribery.
Effective behind the scenes, Thompson signed a letter to fellow executive committee members to stress England’s bid had nothing to do with British media reports on corruption claims.
MEMBERS (14)

Michel D’Hooghe (Belgium)
Age: 64 Lives: Bruges, Belgium
D’Hooghe isa doctor who specialises in sports medicine and rehabilitation. Chairman of Fifa’s medical committee.
The president of Belgian side FC Bruges also speaks English, Spanish, French and German.
In early October 2010, he told BBC Sport he was concerned by the number of serious footballing injuries caused by dangerous tackles.
“I have two eyes, where I can see what happens – how some acts are really criminal,” he said.
Ricardo Terra Teixeira (Brazil) Age: 63
Boss of the Brazilian Football Confederation, Teixeira will have completed more than 25 years in charge when his country hosts the 2014 World Cup in Rio.
Married Lucia, a daughter of former Fifa president Joao Havelange, but the couple divorced in 1997 after nearly 30 years of marriage.
Teixeirahas been on the executive committee of Fifa for 16 years.
One of three executive committee members who were featured in the BBC Panorama programme which examined claims of bribery in the 1990s.

Mohammed Bin Hammam
(Qatar) Age: 61 Lives: Dohar, Qatar
Asian Football Confederation chief is seen as a potential future Fifa leader but insists he will not challenge Sepp Blatter in the 2011 presidential elections.
The wealthy businessman has overseen the creation of the Asian Champions League and the introduction of Australia into the confederation.
After changing his mind, he was a supporter of the Premier League’s plan for a 39th game, possibly being staged in Asia.
A leading backer of the bid to stage the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the English speaker lists his hobbies as football, reading and poetry.

Senes Erzik (Turkey)
Age: 68 Lives: Istanbul, Turkey
Credited as a leading architect in the improved fortunes of Turkish football at the turn of the century, when Galatasaray won the 2000 Uefa Cup and the national side were third at the World Cup in 2002.
The Turkish FA president and Uefa vice-president is a fan of classical music.
A former Unicef marketing director and boss of a big pharmaceuticals firm, he has been on Fifa’s executive committee for 14 years.
Fluent in English, French and German, he supported Turkish side Fenerbahce as a child.

Chuck Blazer (USA)
Age: 65 Lives: New York City
General secretary of Concacaf, the governing body of football in north and central America, and the Caribbean.
Takes the business of choosing a World Cup host nation seriously. Has conducted his own visits, in addition to official Fifa inspections, to European candidates.
The burly, bearded New Yorker is a former American Soccer League commissioner.
Blazer has about 500 followers on the social networking site Twitter where he is holding a large beer in his profile picture.

Worawi Makudi (Thailand) Age: 58
President of the Thailand FA, Makudi was criticised in late 2009 when the national team failed to reach the semi-finals of the South East Asia Games for the first time in 26 years.
He has been a key figure in appointing Englishmen as coaches of the Thai side in recent years and helped pave the way for the team to host Leicester City – under new boss Sven-Goran Eriksson – in an exhibition match on 9 October which the Foxes won 2-0.
Peter Reid, now the Plymouth boss, was in charge of Thailand for a year until September 2009 before former England and Manchester United captain Bryan Robson took over.
England have agreed to travel to Thailand in June 2011 for a friendly match which will be the first meeting between the two countries at international level.

Nicolas Leoz (Paraguay)
Age: 82 Lives: Asuncion, Paraguay
President of Conmebol, the South American Football Confederation, for more than 20 years.
A former sports journalist, lawyer and part-time history professor.
When asked to name his most memorable or important match, he plumped for Argentina’s 2-1 win over England in 1986 World Cup. The match was famous for Maradona’s controversial ‘Hand of God’ goal.
One of three executive committee members who were featured in the BBC Panorama programme which examined claims of bribery in the 1990s.

Junji Ogura (Japan)
Age: 72 Lives: Tokyo, Japan
Considered one of the most powerful men in Asian football, Ogura is vice-president of the national FA and a former general secretary.
An English speaker who enjoys cooking, he has promoted Japan’s bid for the 2022 World Cup as the hi-tech option, with 3D TV at fan festivals and enhanced use of high-definition cameras at matches.
Supported West Ham United as a child and says England and Manchester United striker Sir Bobby Charlton was his idol.

Marios Lefkaritis
(Cyprus)
Age: 64 Lives: Limassol, Cyprus
Honorary president of Cyprus FA, the self-styled entrepreneur is a board member of fuel firm Petrolina.
Lefkaritis has also served on the executive committee for Uefa, European football’s governing body.
But he is a relative newcomer, with three years’ experience as a Fifa member. According to Fifa’s official website his biggest disappointment in football is: “Every time the media and/or the politicians attack football, disregarding the social contribution of our sport to society.”

Jacques Anouma (Ivory Coast)
Age: 58 Lives: Ivory Coast
Anoumareplaced Ousseynou Dieng as chairman of the Ivory Coast Football Federation following the team’s poor performance at the 2002 African Cup of Nations in Mali.
He helped oversee the investigations after 19 fans died when a wall collapsed as Ivory Coast beat Malawi 5-0 in a World Cup qualifier in March 2009.
A member of the Fifa executive committee since 2007.

Franz Beckenbauer (Germany)
Age: 65 Lives: Kitzbuehel, Austria
The only player to captain (1974) and manage (1990) a team to World Cup victory – both times with the former West Germany.
Nicknamed ‘Der Kaiser’ (Emperor) as a player for his composed, stylish play in the sweeper role.
Capped more than 100 times by his country, Beckenbauer also won three consecutive European Cups with Bayern Munich in the 1970s.
He led Germany’s successful bid to host the 2006 World Cup and chaired the organising committee, but plans to quit his Fifa role in May 2011 to spend more time with his children.
Rafael Salguero (Guatemala)
Age: 63 Lives: Guatemala City, Guatemala
Played for various clubs in Guatemala. Former chairman of Guatemalan FA, he founded the Clasicos 16 club.
A solicitor, he welcomed England 2018 ambassador David Ginola, and other bid supporters, to Guatemala for a visit in February.
They staged a special coaching session for pupils at a school supported by the English charity ‘Education for the Children’.

Hany Abo Rida (Egypt)
Age: 57 Lives: Cairo, Egypt
Member of the World Cup organising committee. Spent a period as treasurer of the Egyptian Football Association.
Is believed to have encouraged England to play a pre-World Cup match against Egypt and the visitors nearly pulled off a shock at Wembley in March, taking an early lead before going down to three second-half goals.

Vitaly Mutko (Russia)
Age: 51
Former President of Russian Football Union and Zenit Petersburg. He was also once deputy mayor of the city.
Played a key role in helping Russia bring in Dutchman Guus Hiddink as coach in 2006.
Member of the supervisory board for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and a leading figure in Russia’s bid to host the World Cup four years later.

SUSPENDED
Two members of the 24-strong executive committee will not be able to vote after being given bans over claims they asked for money in exchange for World Cup votes.

Reynald Temarii (Tahiti)
Age: 43 Lives: Tahiti
BANNED FROM FOOTBALL ACTVITY FOR THREE YEARS
One of the two Fifa officials at the centre of vote-selling allegations by the Sunday Times.
A native of Tahiti, he broke new territory in 2004 by becoming the first Pacific Islander to be president of the Oceania Football Confederation.
The organisation, based in New Zealand, covers nations including Papua New Guinea, Tonga and Fiji.
A former professional footballer for FC Nantes. As a child he supported another French club, St Etienne, and Liverpool.

Amos Adamu (Nigeria)
Age: 57 Lives: Abuja, Nigeria
BANNED FROM FOOTBALL ACTIVITY FOR ONE YEAR
President of the West African Football Union, Adamu is one of two Fifa members at the centre of vote-selling allegations.
A former teacher, who played and coached volleyball, he was executive director of the 2003 All Africa Games.
Outspoken on Nigerian football issues, he labelled his country’s football federation ‘absurd’ in May 2010 for replacing Shaibu Amodu with Swede Lars Lagerback as national coach for the World Cup.
When the team were knocked out in the group stage, a row erupted over federation elections which saw Fifa suspend Nigeria from international competition because of government interference. (BBC Sport)
Do you trust these men to make the right decision based solely on the merits of each bid?






Some people are masters of money, and some its slaves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiO6cK4XUuI
barney rubble
#16 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 4:42:55 PM
Phil Taylor



Joined: 10/31/2005
Posts: 2,573
Location: Asia

 
Some quotes from fellow Australian's...

Quote:
... and not to mention their Qatars great Human Rights record. don't bother going out for a beer before, during or after a game either!! Shari'a law bans drinking in most places except a few hotels! What a top spot to go and celebrate a win Smile I guess they have 12 years to change.


corrupt fifa, it's all about the cash. I don't even know why i started watching the sport. Rugby is a far better game and at least the IRB want to genuinely expand the game.

This announcement has put me off soccer.

Qatar a nation of repressed migrant workers.


Onya FIFA for embracing corruption!

(Just in case any one wants a first hand info on Qatar, it's a terrible place to live and work and there's no human rights - can't wait to leave this place for good next month!)








Some people are masters of money, and some its slaves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiO6cK4XUuI
diva
#17 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 9:30:35 PM
George Foreman


Joined: 9/27/2008
Posts: 4,769
Location: Bris Vegas

 
At least after the 2022 World Cup, Qatar will have some cracking stadiums to stone women in.
diva
#18 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 9:31:50 PM
George Foreman


Joined: 9/27/2008
Posts: 4,769
Location: Bris Vegas

 
Sepp Blatter opened Door No2 on his Advent calendar and discovered a Russian made 200ft Yacht.
diva
#19 Posted : Thursday, December 02, 2010 9:33:08 PM
George Foreman


Joined: 9/27/2008
Posts: 4,769
Location: Bris Vegas

 
The country of Qatar is going to dismantle stadia and give them to third world nations after the World Cup 2022.

Opening the door for England 2026
Chaseit
#20 Posted : Friday, December 03, 2010 4:08:11 AM
Ian Thorpe


Joined: 12/6/2007
Posts: 5,746
Location: Hong Kong

 
This sucks!! I honestly thought we would of come closer then that!! 1 fucking vote then booted???

Fuck Qatar..They will get spanked anyway! Should of gone elsewhere!



jujuno
#21 Posted : Friday, December 03, 2010 5:56:26 AM
Zinedine Zidane


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Location: always coasting..

 


If Australia had won there would have been at least two men and a dog at each game..

with Qatar it'll be two camels and a dust storm...



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Chaseit
#22 Posted : Friday, December 03, 2010 6:05:48 AM
Ian Thorpe


Joined: 12/6/2007
Posts: 5,746
Location: Hong Kong

 
Hmm..JJ im pretty sure there would be more then that at aussie games..I can gurantee we would of drew a way bigger crowd then those arabs.



jujuno
#23 Posted : Friday, December 03, 2010 12:48:59 PM
Zinedine Zidane


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We wouldn't have drawn any more than South Africa did...and they gave away free seats..

Qatar will not fill stadiums either...

may as well keep it in Europe. At least they'll get bums on seats.

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smiddy197
#24 Posted : Friday, December 03, 2010 2:14:06 PM
Arnold Palmer

Joined: 12/14/2006
Posts: 14,408
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i think us would of been much better then qatar but i did like the qatar presentation

made ours look second rate which equals 1 vote



dont hate the player
hate the game
vinexinfo
#25 Posted : Saturday, January 21, 2012 8:20:24 AM
Jean Louis Ravello

Joined: 1/7/2012
Posts: 43

 
smiddy197 wrote:
i think us would of been much better then qatar but i did like the qatar presentation

made ours look second rate which equals 1 vote

Ya. You are right.
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