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Qatar On World Cup Allegations: "Baseless And Riddled With Innuendo"
Published June 15, 2014
Meanwhile, U.S. Soccer Senior Manager of Communications Neil Buethe in an e-mail wrote, "FIFA has not approached U.S. Soccer about the 2022 World Cup in any capacity." However, Indiana Sports Corp. VP/Communications John Dedman confirmed that Indianapolis is on the USSF's "list of 18 potential sites" to host games in the event Qatar is stripped of the event (INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 6/14).