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2006 World Cup decision Monday, 22 July, 2002, 03:00 GMT 04:00 UK
Under-fire Fifa rep resigns
Charles Dempsey, the Fifa representative at the centre of the row over the 2006 World Cup vote, resigns.

World Cup BBC Sport >>
Sir Bobby: We should be proud
Former England World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton says the country should be proud of its failed bid to host the 2006 World Cup.

Franz Beckenbauer is hugged on stage Shock and delight as Germany celebrates
Germany has been celebrating their success in winning the right to stage the 2006 World Cup.

Soccer fan in Pretoria BBC Sport >>
Why South Africa's Cup bid failed
Despite crime problems, South Africa's World Cup hopes rested on it becoming the tournament's first African host.

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