The chairman of the FA believes that the 2018 and 2022 bidding should be investigated

Greg Dyke is the chairman of the Football Association (FA) and he believes that the organizers who were involved in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup will not be sleeping well as the FBI has already arrested a number of FIFA executives and this pressure which started to emerge has even forced Sepp Blatter on stepping down as the president.

Sepp Blatter is another one who is being investigated and might even be arrested as well depending if whether or not enough corruption and bribery evidence is found.

The chairman of the FA, Greg Dyke said: ‘’If I was the organizers of the Qatar World Cup I wouldn’t sleep well tonight. There has been less evidence about corruption involving Russia and Qatar was never understandable to have a World Cup in the middle of summer in Qatar when even FIFA’s health and safety people advised not to do it. I think if the evidence comes out which shows the bidding processes were above board that’s fine. If it shows they were corrupt obviously the bids should be re-done, it’s as simple as that.’’

Greg Dyke continued revealing information concerning Sepp Blatter and his recent resignation as Dyke said that the evidence which was found by the FBI was just too much for Sepp Blatter to handle and this was one of the reasons on why Blatter had to quit his presidential role.

This resignation could allow England to boycott the next World Cup as they now have a better and actual fair chance to make a real and appropriate bid to host the 2018 World Cup.

A possible boycott, the potential assignment of a different host country not only for the 2018 World Cup but also for the 2022 World Cup has to be decided and agreed by the new president of FIFA which is going to be elected after Sepp Blatter stepped down.