Make America Great Again
1,200 migrant workers have died in Qatar already preparing this dynastic absolute monarchy for a World Cup. But hey, there's only 8 more years and... basically all of the labor to go.
Yeah, but that was 28 years ago, before a majority of the actual players in 2022 would have even been born. Plus, the US still has the most potential for growth of the game aside from China and India which are completely untapped. I'd be fine with having it in Australia, but it only has ~25 million people and only 5 cities with over 1,000,000 inhabitants (making the construction of stadiums awkward if following the max 2 in a city rule). By contrast the United States is the third most populous nation on earth with the facilities already in place for the most part. If we're talking about the best possible host for a World Cup, the US is probably in the top 2 or 3 with England and maybe somewhere else like Germany or Italy.Seán D;3662315 said:USA had 94. Australia should have got it (not that I would have enjoyed the game times).
If Africa was able to organize it, why not Qatar? The deaths that have been attributed to the WC 2022 are very controversial and most of them died of "natural causes" not by accidents. There are like 340 000 + workers as well therefore 1 200 is a very small fraction of that. This definitely needs to be investigated though because people's lives may be at stake.N-Razvan;3662332 said:I actually like to see something new, but I'm not sure Qatar will be able to organize the WC at the required level.