Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:45 am Post subject: He felt it would be good for FIFA Coins
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FIFA Coins reform would make it impossible for him to stay.Dyke is optimistic for the on-field future, targeting World Cup wins for England's men and women - something William referenced at Wembley.He added: "We know Greg has promised us back-to-back World Cup victories for the men and women in 2022 and 2023 - don't worry.
Greg, we will find you and hold you to account."William also said he is "dying" for Leicester to win the Barclays Premier League title.At a reception held before guests sat down to eat, the Duke commented on the Foxes' impressive run of form which has taken them seven points clear at the top of the table."I'm dying for Leicester to win," William told FA board members.
William's own team Aston Villa are on the brink of relegation from the top flight and he hinted that his thoughts were on his club playing in a lower division next season.FA board member Ian Lenagan, a director of Oxford United, said later of William's comments about Leicester.
He felt it would be good for football - it would be great for the game."He added: "He's rather more worried about the prospect of Championship football from his own point of view."In a speech to mark William's milestone, Dyke joked how the Duke, who still plays football with pals, brought a friend to his regular game - David Beckham.Dyke told the guests, who included England manager Roy Hodgson. _________________ https://www.rsgoldfast.com/
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