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LIVE Presentations and Vote Discussion

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FIFA will provide live coverage of the presentations and voting results on their Website at FIFA.COM. Discuss the ongoing event in this thread.

For details see the FIFA announcement here.

Final presentations: running order

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

14:00 Australia

15:00 Korea Republic

16:00 Qatar

17:00 USA

18:00 Japan

Thursday, 2 December 2010

09:00 Belgium/Netherlands

10:00 Spain/Portugal

11:00 England

12:00 Russia

Results Announcement approximately 16:00 CET December 2.

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Since I'm off work and more than a litte snowed in at the moment, I'll probably be online during the vote

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It's 2am onwards on a schoolnight here - methinks I'll only be finding out the result when I wake up. Anyway, it's not like an Olympics vote, where I'd probably be too keyed up to sleep.

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And I'm at work as well. Oh, that bloody necessity to earn money...

But since I'm working in the late shift (at least), I'll be able to watch all European presentations on Thursday.

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For the Canadians on the board, CBC.ca will stream the presentations and the final vote.

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A delegation from the Manchester 2022 Bid team will be at the FIFA vote, promoting our bid

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5 hours to go .. An the Aussies will kick-off the final presentations .. oleyyy :)

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Where can I view the live stream? Is it on TV in Australia?

What website is streaming it, could someone provide a link.

Thanks

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20 minutes to first presentation :)

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Should we run a book on how many times that bloody word is spoken over the next two days? Why is everything "iconic" these days? <_<

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