The 2010 FIFA World Cup, originally played in South Africa, is to be replayed next week in the United State after the country admitted paying Fifa $10m to host the 2010 tournament.
"It's only fair," said one man, just days after FIFA President Sepp Blatter stepped down from his role, resulting in no one wishing him good luck, best wishes, or telling him thanks for a job well done. No one said that. No one. Not a soul.
The hastily organized tournament, which was originally won by Spain, will kick off on June 12th.
"We have scrapped the results of the original tournament; therefore Spain did not win it. England were not knocked by Germany and Diego Forlan din't score 5 goals," said new FIFA president elect David Beckham.
Due to the short notice only 8 teams will compete in the finals; they being England, USA, Canada, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Gibraltar and Swaziland.
It is expected that England will be knocked out by Swaziland in the first round.