What Is at Stake at The 2010 Fifa World Cup?

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What Is at Stake at The 2010 Fifa World Cup?

  4 years ago, perhaps the greatest tournament in the world took place where Germany were the hosts and the grand prize was 140 million.  The Italians took home the grand prize on a penalty shoot out against the French.

  In in a few months for this years FIFA World Cup where South Africa's will be the host for the first time ever. With this 60 % increase, FIFA Secretary General, Jerome Valcke said that the winner of next year's tournament will take home US$420 million  and the runners-up will get US$24 million.

  With this 60 % increase, FIFA Secretary General, Jerome Valcke said that the winner of next year's tournament will take home US$30 million and the runners-up will get US$24 million.

  The four participating teams in the semi-final will get US$20 million, and quarter finalists teams will get US$18 million.

  All participating teams that reach the final 16 will get US$9 million, while those eliminated in the group stages of the final competition will receive US$8 million.

  Each club who has a player at the FIFA world cup will receive 1600 a day.  That is not bad at all.

  Simply all eyes around the world will be watching how good the African teams are on the  grandest stage.  it is basically Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and South Africa against the rest of the world.

  Young stars will evolve into Superstars, upsets will occur and managers will either continue to stay on or simply walk away.  With proper preparation of training and a winning mindset, any team can have glory.  The pressure is only on those who don't perform in the opening matches.

 

 

 

 

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