Bill Clinton and Morgan Freeman Bid for Hosting the World Cup 2022

By on Dec 2, 2010 in Events, Sports Comments

Bill Clinton and Morgan Freeman bid for hosting the World Cup 2022 in Switzerland. The former president told the FIFA Executive Committee that   hosting the World Cup in the US is an excellent choice because of the diverse culture in America.  This is according to international news sites as of December 1, 2010.

Clinton assured the FIFA World Cup 2022 committee that no matter what team would be in the last championship round, the venue would be full with people cheering for their own countries.

On the other hand, Morgan Freeman talked about the same unity amidst diversity stance. Freeman has been a celebrity figurehead in cultural concerns having played Nelson Mandela in the movie “Invictus.

Japan has presented its fascinating holographic World Cup 2022 plan as well  but the World Cup Committee has yet to decide who among the five nations will win the bid. The five nations are Australia, Japan, Qatar, South Korea, and the United States.



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