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Joint 2026 World Cup Bid From US, Mexico And Canada

17 JUN 1994: AN AERIAL VIEW OF THE ROSE BOWL IN PASADENA, CALIFORNIA DURING THE 1994 WORLD CUP FINAL IN PASADENA, CALIFORNIA. Mandatory Credit: Mike Powell/ALLSPORT

Despite the current divide that exists between America and Mexico, the two nations are coming together along with Canada in the hope that they can host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Could this be yet another example where sport, football in this case, can bring people together. It has the power to unite people with contrasting views in this era …

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VIDEO: Canada’s Larin Somehow Skies Shot With Open Goal At His Mercy

Canada opened their Gold Cup campaign with a disapointing 0-0 draw against Group B opponents El Salvador today. In a game which was contested so closely, Canada will feel they should have won, when analysing this match. One such player who may be feeling more regretful than others however, for not capitalising in such a close-fought encounter, will be Cyle Larin …

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Overlooked CONCACAF Nations Taking World Cup By Storm

There was a time when distinguishing predator from prey at a World Cup wasn’t too difficult a task. The predator being the European and South American nations and the prey being teams from the CONCACAF region. But that has not been the case in Brazil , where the oft-overlooked CONCACAF teams have made a major statement. While the European and …

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The Madness of CONCACAF World Cup 2014 Qualification

Discovering the double helix structure of DNA, Einstein’s theory of relativity, the moon landing – there have been many outstanding achievements in the history of humanity. To this list we may now consider the addition of decoding the process involved in World Cup qualifying for the CONCACAF group of footballing nations. The process began in June 2011 for the 35 member nations …

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