It has been a bitter few days for England, but a bright few days for Spain, as England was warned that it may miss out on a chance to host the 2018 World Cup, due to the fact that unlike the damp, dark weather of England, Spain is able to offer sangria, sun, world-class stadiums, and the seaside.

Jack Warner, the Fifa vice-president, stated yesterday in simple terms that England would not win the World Cup hosting honours if the bid was decided tomorrow.

Peter Hargitay a strategic advisor who worked with the FA briefly stated that Warner is aware of how the bidding process works, and that he agrees that he was correct in his statement.

Hargitay went on to mention that Span would win the vote at the moment because it has the stadia, and the fans to back up the presence of the cup, alongside seaside, drinks, and perfect weather.