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Sepp admits that there is a contingency plan in place in case South Africa does not make sufficient progress in preparing for the 2010 World Cup, and lists the United States and Mexico among the possible replacement hosts.

He also discusses future World Cups and says North and South America should be considered one continent when selecting future sites, which doesn't exactly enhance the U.S. prospects of hosting in the next 20 years. Nice to know North/South America's 16.5 million square miles are now considered one happy neighborhood.

By Steve Goff  |  April 30, 2007; 8:51 AM ET
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