Gulati doubts on US Soccer prospect.

Gulati doubts on US Soccer prospect.

Donald Trump, the reputed businessman of United States could be the villain for US soccer federation in forthcoming days. Sunil Gulati, the US Soccer Federation president has objected that Trump’s bid for the presidency could prevent the United States from hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The country is waiting to campaign the greatest soccer tournament for the second time is seen as a strong contestant but Gulati suspects that Trump’s international repute might affect both his federation’s decision to run off and can hamper their hit.

“We are going to tender for a World Cup if we think we can be successful. Being unbeaten in a World Cup bid or an Olympic bid for Los Angeles (in 2024) is affected by the world’s view of our leaders- not just the leaders of the soccer federation” Gulati told. A two nation event can split between USA and Mexico has also been raised. Other confederation within the FIFA family, having such exceptions of Oceania, does not have any suitable host nations, has not held the event since then.

Previously, Gulati has leaded bids to stage the world cup in 2016 and 2022, but was defeated out by some contentious campaigns from Russia and Qatar, which have come under inspection and accusations of sleaze.


“I think the world’s perception of the US is affected by who is in the White House. So it has some bearing. I think having somebody in the White House that gives a country a prestige and a personality that is more easily accepted around the world.

Donald’s Trump’s advancement for the White House was initially given a little chance of success but speeded up theatrically as it has secured him the Republican nomination.

On the other half, some business tycoon comments that the Immigration and relationship with Mexico have not been well received internationally. They think that it will be a huge loss for the country. But Gulati thinks in a different mode and expressed “I think a co-hosted World with Mexico here would be a little risky if Secretary, Clinton would be absent in the White House”


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