I don't really know how the 94 WC was quality wise, but some of the superstars of the tournaments have since gone on to become legends. Baggio, Bebeto, Romario, Stoichkov, Bergkamp, Hagi, Klinssman, Milla, Dunga, Batistuta, and Maradona are now amongst the top 30 players in history, and they were all present at that tournament. However, one major flaw that is present in hosting the WC in the USA with today's modern game is the amount of travel. America is a massive country, and stadia are scattered all over the country. This could mean five hour plane rides for teams travelling from a base in LA to DC to play, thus increasing player fatigue and decreasing the quality of play. In reality, the ideal place to hold the WC would be England. They will have so many top qualitye stadia for use (Wembley, Old Trafford, Ashburton Grove, St. James Park, Stamford Bridge, Stanley Park or whatever Liverpool's new place is called, Olympic Stadium, Millenium Stadium even though it is in Wales it could probably be used, and White Hart Lane all have a fairly large capacity, while all of them fit FIFA regulations.) The only problem is that the English FA is, well, a complete farce. If they can't choose a capable manager, what can persuade the world that they can host its biggest sporting event?
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