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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:02 AM   #2521
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Well it didn't stop 130,000 Australians travelling to the last two brilliant World Cups
Also I don't think travelling is a real problem for 70% of the Worlds population,and it simply isn't a problem wherever you live if you love your team

Maybe its just Australians that travel in large numbers
Oh, you really think 70% of the World Population ( or let's make a shortlist: 31 participating non-hosting countries ) can afford to travel more than half the world?
Australia is one country I liked at the World Cups and I have nothing against it hosting 2022 BUT it's a hell of a ride 24 hours on the planes+at least one airport on the way.
If all the world would have the income of a average Australian money would probably not be the problem: airplane+accommodation+all the rest. But I saw Man City fans when coming in Romania double checking the menu's at restaurants/bars, looking for cheaper places and stuff when they came this summer for a game in Romania. And they didn't come from Vietnam, they came from England and only a 3 hour flight, not a 24 .
And about the Australians, very nice, but from 130.000 people to 2 WC's to 70% of the World is a long distance.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:09 AM   #2522
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Australia & Iran was bidding for AFC Cup 2011 they both lost
As I said waqif, your story is absolute garbage. Learn some facts instead of rinsing out the same bs.

Despite being the only country to formally lodge a bid, Qatar’s submission must meet all the requirements stipulated by the AFC before it can be ratified as host. Otherwise the bidding process will be reopened. The AFC said the decision on 2011 would be announced on July 29.


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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:10 AM   #2523
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So for the 2015 edition, Australia were the sole bidder and the previous one wasn't really given to you either, you stepped in after someone pulled out, not exactly a great bid. You haven't won anything, Qatar soon to be eliminated from the FIFA vote, tick tick tick.
we have won AFC 2011 bid and your country eliminated from this bid and yeah your country didnt win AFC 2015 bid yet they will vote for it in January here in Qatar and till that time there many things can happen becouse it is can be eliminated again.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:15 AM   #2524
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we have won AFC 2011 bid and your country eliminated from this bid and yeah your country didnt win AFC 2015 bid yet they will vote for it in January here in Qatar and till that time there many things can happen becouse it is can be eliminated again.
You are an absolute joke honestly even your own Qatar bid site says you are the sole bidder for the 2011 edition of the AFC cup and you continue with your trash. I mean you are just as embarrassing as the Qatar technical report and that takes some doing.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:28 AM   #2525
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You are an absolute joke honestly even your own Qatar bid site says you are the sole bidder for the 2011 edition of the AFC cup and you continue with your trash. I mean you are just as embarrassing as the Qatar technical report and that takes some doing.
hahahah that isnt Qatar AFC site it is fans blog with no footer and copyright lol all your source always is blogs and Australian-british newspapers lol

and more again Qatar which won hosting AFC Cup 2011 and your country even not been choosen to host 2015 yet



http://www.the-afc.com/en/tournament...afc-asian-cup/
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:42 AM   #2526
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hahahah that isnt Qatar AFC site it is fans blog with no footer and copyright lol all your source always is blogs and Australian-british newspapers lol

and more again Qatar which won hosting AFC Cup 2011 and your country even not been choosen to host 2015 yet



http://www.the-afc.com/en/tournament...afc-asian-cup/
Yeah yeah, keep dreaming about your total garbage. Australia is to be rubber stamped just as Qatar had to wait, even though they were the sole bidder.

Despite being the only country to formally lodge a bid, Qatar's submission must meet all the requirements stipulated by the AFC before it can be ratified as host. Otherwise the bidding process will be reopened.

The AFC said the decision on 2011 would be announced on July 29, the same day as the 2007 Asian Cup final.


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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:49 AM   #2527
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Australia & Iran was bidding for AFC Cup 2011 they both lost
Australia considered placing a late bid but didn't. That is different to losing the bid.

Iran pulled out of the bid. That too is different to losing the bid.

Why don't you provide a source to your claims? I'm only basing this on what I read on Wikipedia, which can't be accepted as a fully reliable source and I'm happy to be proven wrong.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:56 AM   #2528
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Australia considered placing a late bid but didn't. That is different to losing the bid.

Iran pulled out of the bid. That too is different to losing the bid.

Why don't you provide a source to your claims? I'm only basing this on what I read on Wikipedia, which can't be accepted as a fully reliable source and I'm happy to be proven wrong.
yes it was late bid and eliminated also Iran eliminated due not meet requrements but MysteryMike Always sees Australia does not lose and maybe if you asked him today who win the match Egypt or Australia he may says Australia.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 05:15 AM   #2529
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Provide me a source. Don't just paraphrase your previous posts. I'm not interested in what your opinion or what MysteryMike said. All that is just hearsay.

Wikipedia says Australia considered a late bid but went on to mention that the only countries that were entered as bidders were Qatar, India and Iran. India pulled out and Iran failed to provide the required documentation at the time. Australia couldn't have been eliminated from the bid if it didn't even take part in it.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 05:27 AM   #2530
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Provide me a source. Don't just paraphrase your previous posts. I'm not interested in what your opinion or what MysteryMike said. All that is just hearsay.

Wikipedia says Australia considered a late bid but went on to mention that the only countries that were entered as bidders were Qatar, India and Iran. India pulled out and Iran failed to provide the required documentation at the time. Australia couldn't have been eliminated from the bid if it didn't even take part in it.
you can search sources by your self on internet you already said and knew your country was bidding to 2011 with Iran and both eliminated Australia for join late and Iran for not meet requirements and Qatar wasnt solo bid as MysteryMike claimed.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 05:31 AM   #2531
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Reuters India

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he Gulf state was the only country to submit a formal bid to host the event but had to satisfy the AFC of their ability to stage the tournament before being confirmed as hosts.

India and Iran had initially indicated they would bid but pulled out before the final deadline in May.
No bid from Australia. It was considered but the FFA did not submit any bid. The FFA did not organise venues or a bid book.

This is my last comment on this topic.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 05:42 AM   #2532
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yes it was late bid and eliminated also Iran eliminated due not meet requrements but MysteryMike Always sees Australia does not lose and maybe if you asked him today who win the match Egypt or Australia he may says Australia.
Man please give up your claim that Qatar beat Australia or Iran for the 2011 Cup. It was the sole bidder in the end. Nearly every bidding priocess for any event has interested parties, but its only a contender if a formal bid is submitted and carried through.

Im all for discussion, but make sure its factual first please.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 05:47 AM   #2533
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No bid from Australia. It was considered but the FFA did not submit any bid. The FFA did not organise venues or a bid book.

This is my last comment on this topic.
Back to May 16, 2007
The Sydney Morning Herald

((( Australia possible host of 2011 Asian Cup ))))

AUSTRALIA has dusted off plans to host the next Asian Cup in the hope that the Asian Football Confederation is about to re-open the bid process.

Australia's hopes of hosting the 2011 tournament had seemingly been dashed when the AFC announced last year that a rotation policy was in place, and only countries from either west or south Asia were eligible.

Iran, Qatar and India have since announced formal bids, and the AFC was due to make a decision on who will host its showpiece tournament during this year's Asian Cup in July.

But in a sudden about-face last week, the AFC dumped the rotation policy. It is thought that the headaches involved in the 2007 event - which will be co-hosted by Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia - have prompted a review. The AFC is now determined to elevate the status of the tournament in every respect.

The only debate is whether the new policy will apply to the 2011 event. It is believed there has been robust discussion within the AFC about the issue, and a decision on the hosting rights for 2011 may be delayed.

If the bidding is re-opened, Japan, South Korea and possibly China are also expected to declare an interest. But Australia's huge success in hosting three previous major football tournaments - the 1981 and 1993 FIFA World Youth Championships (under-20), and the football program at the 2000 Olympic Games (under-23) ((( when Qatar was play on Final of 1981 and won silver medal lol ))) - would give it at least an even-money chance of winning the bid. Crucially, the Federal and State governments have already begun the process of preparing a future World Cup bid, making the Asian Cup the perfect dress rehearsal.

Football Federation Australia chief executive Ben Buckley is cautiously optimistic about Australia's chances. "We believe we could put a very convincing bid forward," he said. "But we'll have to wait and see whether we get that opportunity."

Australia's preparations for this year's Asian Cup begin in earnest with their high-profile friendly against Uruguay at Telstra Stadium on June 2. However, the Socceroos are likely to be without a host of established players for the game. Mark Schwarzer, Mark Viduka, and recuperating pair Harry Kewell and Tim Cahill are among those set to miss the match. Experienced midfielder Josip Skoko, who has just survived a tense relegation fight with his English Premiership side Wigan Athletic, is also poised to miss the game, and may even skip the Asian Cup altogether while he ponders his long-term international future.


http://www.smh.com.au/news/football/...995162700.html

you can do better search

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Buddy this is the word from FIFA alright, showing your bs claims as just that bs, Australia never bidded for the Asian Cup in 2011. Get it through your head. Even India and Iran only considered it, they didn't even lodge a formal bid. Only Qatar did, making it the sole bidder for the asian cup understand.

India, Iran and Qatar are in the running to host the 2011 AFC Asian Cup finals after the deadline to express an interest expired.

The three countries have all put their hat in the ring and must now formally declare in writing their official candidature by 1 April, the Asian Football Confederation said.

A final decision will be made on 28 July, the day before the final of the 2007 Asian Cup. This year's event is being co-hosted by Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia, with Japan the defending champions.

The AFC added it is set to rubberstamp a plan to create a rotating system for the Cup, whereby it is held in Central, South or West Asia in 2011 before reverting to East Asia or the Asean region in 2015.

While Qatar and Iran qualified for this year's finals, India remains an underachieving footballing nation, with a lack of professionalism and player development hindering its progress.

It finished bottom of its group table in qualifying, conceding 24 goals and scoring just two.


http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/ne...id=111697.html
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Old November 18th, 2010, 05:58 AM   #2535
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Buddy this is the word from FIFA alright, showing your bs claims as just that bs, Australia never bidded for the Asian Cup in 2011. Get it through your head. Even India and Iran only considered it, they didn't even lodge a formal bid. Only Qatar did, making it the sole bidder for the asian cup understand.

India, Iran and Qatar are in the running to host the 2011 AFC Asian Cup finals after the deadline to express an interest expired.

The three countries have all put their hat in the ring and must now formally declare in writing their official candidature by 1 April, the Asian Football Confederation said.

A final decision will be made on 28 July, the day before the final of the 2007 Asian Cup. This year's event is being co-hosted by Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia, with Japan the defending champions.

The AFC added it is set to rubberstamp a plan to create a rotating system for the Cup, whereby it is held in Central, South or West Asia in 2011 before reverting to East Asia or the Asean region in 2015.

While Qatar and Iran qualified for this year's finals, India remains an underachieving footballing nation, with a lack of professionalism and player development hindering its progress.

It finished bottom of its group table in qualifying, conceding 24 goals and scoring just two.


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your link date (( 14 February 2007 )) that even before Australia bid as late bid I even posted newer article in 16 may 2007

http://www.smh.com.au/news/football/...995162700.html
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July 29th 2007, thank you very much, and thus ends the waqif garbage story

Qatar has been officially confirmed as the host country for the AFC Asian Cup 2011.

"The executive committee has decided that the 2011 Asian Cup will be hosted in Qatar," said Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Mohamed bin Hammam, himself a Qatari, who said they gave an "outstanding presentation".

Qatar was the only country in the running after India and Iran pulled out last month. The tournament will be held in January with the only other FIFA window available, in July and August, considered too hot in the Gulf region.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 06:16 AM   #2537
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July 29th 2007, thank you very much, and thus ends the waqif garbage story

Qatar has been officially confirmed as the host country for the AFC Asian Cup 2011.

"The executive committee has decided that the 2011 Asian Cup will be hosted in Qatar," said Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Mohamed bin Hammam, himself a Qatari, who said they gave an "outstanding presentation".

Qatar was the only country in the running after India and Iran pulled out last month. The tournament will be held in January with the only other FIFA window available, in July and August, considered too hot in the Gulf region.
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http://www.fifa.com/confederationscu...id=560563.html
yes after pulled it all competitors which failed meet requirments and Australia which was late.

http://www.smh.com.au/news/football/...995162700.html

((Football Federation Australia chief executive Ben Buckley is cautiously optimistic about Australia's chances. "We believe we could put a very convincing bid forward," he said. "But we'll have to wait and see whether we get that opportunity."))

he waited to long time lol
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Old November 18th, 2010, 06:24 AM   #2538
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yes after pulled it all competitors which failed meet requirments and Australia which was late.
Does FIFA say anybody else? No they do not? Are you FIFA? No you ain't so tough luck. FAIL. Australia never bidded, neither did anybody else. Qatar was a sole bidder, FINAL, GAMEOVER. Pack it up with your rubbish bid and EXIT => STAGE LEFT
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waqif stop sprouting absolute rubbish.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 06:26 AM   #2540
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Does FIFA say anybody else? No they do not? Are you FIFA? No you ain't so tough luck. FAIL. Australia never bidded, neither did anybody else. Qatar was a sole bidder, FINAL, GAMEOVER. Pack it up with your rubbish bid and EXIT => STAGE LEFT
hahahah funny what else you can says
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