World Football: 5 Reasons Why Euros and World Cup Should Rotate Every Year

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World Football: 5 Reasons Why Euros and World Cup Should Rotate Every Year
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With the Euro 2012 tournament coming to an end on Sunday, world football fans will have to wait two more years for the next big international competition.

In two years time, the FIFA World Cup will take place in Brazil, but what will world football fans do with their lives in the summer of 2013 with no major international competition?

Yes, fans have the domestic leagues and UEFA Champions League to pay attention to for nine months of the year, but there is a void to fill in the summertime in odd numbered years as there are no European Championships or World Cups.

Here are five reasons why FIFA and UEFA should coordinate their tournaments to happen year after year with no gap in between.

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