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World Cup news today?

There's a rumor being sent through the mill that Miami will get some good news on its bid to become one of the venues in the United States' plan to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup.

Working hard to get this confirmed, so check back later in the day.

Just last week, an exploratory committee of political, athletic and cultural luminaries in South Florida was unveiled. Their goal: getting Miami chosen as host of a future World Cup match.

Among the members of the group: Emilio Estefan, Alonzo Mourning and Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.


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Today they will be announcing the U.S. cities that are still in contention to be included in our bid to host the FIFA World Cup™. We still have to narrow this list further, but right now these cities are one step closer to possibly being at the center of the soccer world in 2018 or 2022.


GReat update.

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