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Back England's 2018 World Cup Bid

The England U21 manager and team support England's bid to get the 2018 world cup, do you?

If so, you can help out by adding your name to the register:

England U21 manager Stuart Pearce said 'These players have done the nation proud in this tournament so far and I have no doubt that many of them could be playing World Cup football in 2018. It`s performances in tournaments like this that capture the imagination of youngsters at home who could also be starring for their country in nine years time. My passion for youth football is one of the reasons I am so pleased all of the squad have pledged their support to the England 2018 World Cup bid as a tournament in England could inspire a new generation of football fans and players.'

Adding, 'We want to get as many people joining these lads in their support of the bid at to give us the best possible chance of winning it and seeing some of these under 21 players playing in a World Cup in England.'

Mark Noble said 'I`ve been lucky enough to experience some big tournaments now at Under 21 level and would love to be part of a World Cup in England if we were to win the right to host the tournament.' Adding, 'We hope people at home will join us by registering their support at'

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 26 2009

Time: 7:11PM

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27/06/2009 05:06:00

why not dannybhoy?
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27/06/2009 09:38:00

Can credit crunch UK afford it?
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27/06/2009 11:04:00

Yes, I do wonder if what we get in from the event will equal what we pay out to host it
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27/06/2009 14:43:00

I remember the World Student Games at Don Valley, when it opened. Took about ten years to pay off the debt!!!
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27/06/2009 14:48:00

And the pain it was to try and get from Rotherham to Sheffield while they were doing it!
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27/06/2009 15:54:00


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