30/11/10 England stretches ahead of its rivals with the USA just edging Qatar as the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid race enters the final straight. With just two days until the FIFA vote, the fourth edition of INSIDER’s World Cup Bid Power Index reveals our final analysis of the nine bidders. By INSIDER’s Mark Bisson and James Corbett.

26/5/2010 England strengthens its grip on top spot in the second edition of World Football Insider’s World Cup Bid Power Index. Qatar and Russia are second and third. Australia is the biggest loser in the latest analysis of the nine bids vying to stage either the 2018 or 2022 tournament.

MOSCOW, 12 January 2010 – Russian Law firm Yust will support the Russian Bid Committee in their campaign to win the right to host the 2018/2022 FIFA World Cup™. The company has signed an agreement with the bid committee which provides for substantial value-in-kind support in the area of legal advice. Alexey Sorokin, CEO of 

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18/12/09 Australia World Cup bid CEO Ben Buckley tells World Football Insider he doesn’t see rivalry from other football codes undermining Australia’s bid; says Socceroos are now Australia’s preeminent national sporting team. WFI’s James Corbett reports.