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England World Cup boss wants to stop fighting

Article Published: Thursday 26 November 2009

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England's World Cup bid leaders are trying to shift attention away from their own shortcomings, saying its time to "move on" and get behind the bid.

Not only has the English bid to stage the tournament in 2018 or '22 been dismissed as lightweight by FIFA vice president Jack Warner, but its own leadership board has been plagued by persistent infighting.

The fallout from this week's high-profile resignation of Premier League chairman Dave Richards from the bid board was still being felt Thursday at Wembley Stadium when English cities presented their cases for which stadiums should be included in the bid.

Bid chief executive Andy Anson said Thursday that "clearly there have been issues but we have to move on."


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