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Tunisia would be open to the idea of a North African bid for the 2030 World Cup along with Algeria and Morocco.

Algeria's sports minister announced earlier this week that his country is to study whether such a bid is feasible.

The president of the Tunisia Football Federation Wadie Jary said "We haven't received any official offers, but we're open to the idea and would like to see it happen."

Officials in Morocco, who have already declared their intention to bid, are yet to respond to the idea.

Morocco last month lost out to a joint North American bid in the vote for the 2026 finals and immediately signalled its intention to try again.

It would be a sixth bid for Moroccans after five previous failures

"Algeria will study a possible candidacy of the Maghreb countries for the organisation of the World Cup," Algeria sports minister Mohamed Hattab told reporters.

An application from the Maghreb with Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia can be achieved through existing infrastructure as well as future projects.

"When we look at our cities, with the sporting and cultural facilities present, we are able to consider that we can host major world events."

Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay last year launched a three-nation South American bid to host the 2030 tournament, seeking to mark the centenary of the first World Cup, hosted by Uruguay in 1930.

Morocco and Tunisia played at the World Cup in Russia but were eliminated at the group stage, while Algeria reached the second round in Brazil four years ago.

A Fifa vote to decide the 2030 hosts is not expected before 2022, when the World Cup is headed to Qatar.

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I am all for it! Tunisia, Morocco & Algeria 2030 :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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what about: Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast

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Morocco and Algeria putting their differences aside, hmmm

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what about: Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast

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Nigeria,Togo and Benin or Ambazonia. :sneaky:

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Kako wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
what about: Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast

Ignore: It takes 24 hours to travel from Lagos to Accra by road

Nigeria,Togo and Benin or Ambazonia. :sneaky:


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Rawlings wrote:
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I prefer Nigeria,Wakanda and Zamunda as hosts

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Undertaker wrote:
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what about: Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast
Ignore: It takes 24 hours to travel from Lagos to Accra by road

I prefer Nigeria,Wakanda and Zamunda as hosts


why all this Bad Belle for Ghana?
Ghanaians (except me) supported Naija in Russia

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What about a Safari World Cup? :sneaky:

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Kabalega wrote:
What about a Safari World Cup? :sneaky:


Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania ?

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It would be politically-wise to include Portugal, IMHO. This will be the first World Cup that crosses continental shores and attempts to rope in UEFA and CAF support.

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It would be politically-wise to include Portugal, IMHO. This will be the first World Cup that crosses continental shores and attempts to rope in UEFA and CAF support.



That would certainly be interesting. What about Portugal, Spain and Morocco?


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Morocco and Algeria putting their differences aside, hmmm




It's Algeria and Egypt that have a major beef when it comes to football.


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mystic wrote:
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Morocco and Algeria putting their differences aside, hmmm




It's Algeria and Egypt that have a major beef when it comes to football.

He maybe thinking of the Western Sahara conflict between Morocco and Polisario (backed by Algeria)front.

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It would be politically-wise to include Portugal, IMHO. This will be the first World Cup that crosses continental shores and attempts to rope in UEFA and CAF support.



That would certainly be interesting. What about Portugal, Spain and Morocco?


That was my initial thought in a WhatsApp group post but I have since taken out Spain because of the news that adds Tunisia and Algeria. Also, noting that Spain previously hosted.

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Rawlings wrote:
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What about a Safari World Cup? :sneaky:


Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania ?

Plus Rwanda with the final in Kigali.

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Kako wrote:
mystic wrote:
Tbite wrote:
Morocco and Algeria putting their differences aside, hmmm




It's Algeria and Egypt that have a major beef when it comes to football.

He maybe thinking of the Western Sahara conflict between Morocco and Polisario (backed by Algeria)front.


They have a lot of mistrust with one another.

There has even been an arms race for at least 10 years! So yes football rivalries exist across Africa, but these are two countries that do not really see eye to eye, and for Morocco to approach Algeria, shows that things are either changing, or Morocco is very desperate.

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There is only one country for the 2030 World Cup; England.
The country has not hosted it since 1966. That is a hell of a looooong time!


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Rawlings wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What about a Safari World Cup? :sneaky:


Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania ?


All 3 would still find a way to get knocked out before the tournament starts even though they qualify automatically

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There is only one country for the 2030 World Cup; England.
The country has not hosted it since 1966. That is a hell of a looooong time!


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Tbite wrote:
Kako wrote:
mystic wrote:
Tbite wrote:
Morocco and Algeria putting their differences aside, hmmm




It's Algeria and Egypt that have a major beef when it comes to football.

He maybe thinking of the Western Sahara conflict between Morocco and Polisario (backed by Algeria)front.


They have a lot of mistrust with one another.

There has even been an arms race for at least 10 years! So yes football rivalries exist across Africa, but these are two countries that do not really see eye to eye, and for Morocco to approach Algeria, shows that things are either changing, or Morocco is very desperate.

Isn't this what the beautiful game is all about? :D

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pajimoh wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What about a Safari World Cup? :sneaky:


Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania ?


All 3 would still find a way to get knocked out before the tournament starts even though they qualify automatically

:lol: :lol: They said the same thing about Russia. Look at them now.... :thumbs:

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