World Football Insider Weekly Poll - Should Becks Play for England?

Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) November 05, 2009 -- World Football Insider readers can now voice their opinions on a weekly poll, WFI’s newest feature. This week’s poll asks, ‘Do you think David Beckham should play for England at the South Africa 2010 World Cup?’

"Our weekly poll aims to give our readers around the world the opportunity to have their say on the major news stories in the football business," said WFI editor Mark Bisson.

David Beckham will rejoin AC Milan in January after his MLS employers, the Los Angeles Galaxy, finalized a loan deal with the Serie A side on Monday.

"While keen to aid AC Milan's Champions League push and help the club commercially, Beckham is desperate to remain part of England boss Fabio Capello's plans for South Africa 2010. But there are serious question marks about his form and fitness and whether he is still good enough to grace the world stage again,” Bisson said.

The weekly poll is located on the homepage of http://www.worldfootballinsider.com.

WFI readers also can have news alerts delivered directly to their inboxes by signing up at http://www.worldfootballinsider.com. Bulletins are free to subscribers.

“With major upcoming events in football, readers will want to be subscribed to World Football Insider to ensure they are up to date on the latest news about football,” said WFI publisher Sheila Scott Hula. "More than three billion people are either fans or players of the beautiful game, and many have business interests in it. WFI is the only electronic publication in the world to focus on the business of the world's most popular sport."

World Football Insider will continue its series of exclusive interviews with the leaders of the 10 bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups next week. James Corbett, World Football Insider's senior correspondent, will provide on the scene coverage at Soccerex 2009, the FIFA Executive Committee Meeting and 2010 World Cup draw in South Africa in December.

World Football Insider is available free to readers for a limited time. To subscribe to World Football Insider, please visit http://www.WorldFootballinsider.com and click on 'FREE! SUBSCRIPTION TO WFI'.

Mark Bisson is available for interviews. Contact Sheila S. Hula Sheila@aroundtherings.com or call +1 404-874-1603.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 05, 2009 at 1:26 pm
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