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francis swan. but the welsh have all their own leak and so ours is going to be very similar to that where it's our own canadian lee yes we have three teams out in the play in the m.l.s. as well and they continue to do that how important is it in terms of host nations doing well we've seen it here the emotions it creates and it creates an extra energy a side to the matches there's such a buzz in the country how important to have that kind of success for you all absolutely i mean the unique thing is will have three countries so. to have a host country do well. as we saw here there's nothing like it i mean it just to carry it's just another level of just excitement and that dissipate and sort of this you could just see it in the heat even before the game you know unfortunately you know for russia they lost but even before the game against croatia you could just see like me is this really happening can we really pull this off and this sort of this sort of like we can't do yes we can do it and so they create this internal
tension just in the fans and that just elevates the the atmosphere in the stadium it's going to make sure that team canada does well you made it sound very simple just send it on but i mean how much attention you paying to who's going to be a coach you know in terms of player what we're going to do to develop them this in the federation all she has personnel there and they just hired a new coach and so his job will be to create a system it's not just about it with eleven players it's going to select for the next game in september the fee for that is around now creating a system that in a year's time can deliver. national team that the whole country can be proud of you said this league this it's for canadians we need to be canadians playing the lead while there's going to be an element of foreign players but the primary focus will be for the canadian player and you know you do not think it's important you have and then a big element of foreign players time to absolutely has to be there but you can also have. just foreign players yeah it's got to be
a balance like anything right and all different than me football is about balance if you have one me you don't have a supporting the we we have in europe most you know the best and then you have relegation and promotion iraq you would not have that in them and when you actually will have a building that almost then there is some regional leagues and so there is a whole system where by the time they get to i believe year six or year eight. promotion relegation component they're going to start off in the certain way but they're building that component because i think it's important to bring in some big name stars that'll get you the attention that you need and when you don't have time to track i think the ownership groups are pretty strong and they're looking to again create that balance between making sure the locals canadian players but also bring in the right players not just about the big scene of another leagues where you bring in big name is just not the right but it's got to be the right person. somebody who's engaged and willing to just about a big name for the teams just like the teams all franchises want to so that there
is a centralized system. where the league is very strong and the clubs are pertaining to that so it's not really franchises but it's not a pure centralized system so you've got a lot for some local different than what happens in europe but there's some realities of the economics in our north america where if you have a strong centralized league it bodes well for for the performance of. something big for football in in the region i mean if you look for example at north america it's been trying for so long now that. it's not the number one very close and nothing bigger than the world cup this is another opportunity absolutely but you know the truth is is that the strong has been there for twenty years league gets better every year the mexican league is outstanding as well it's one of the top leagues maybe it doesn't have the sexiness is some of the european leagues but if you look at the attendance as. the m.
alas and the mexican league they actually dwarf most of the european leagues you know you know the reality is that t.v. money generates a lot of what happens in europe from a stray bums in seats our leagues in other america outperform ninety eight percent of all leads in europe and that's the truth and that's the reason this is because in all football actually has arrived in north america what needs to arrive now is the performance level of our national teams so that france's mexico can get to a semi final as the u.s. can get to a semi final canada can get to the level that they need to get to so i think the sport is quite popular competes with big giants like the n.f.l. and major league baseball something that football does not the complete within the us in europe there is no really other big massive some important ones but nothing at the level of an n.f.l. or major league baseball so we're also in a very competitive market place but the reality is is that i think football it's not that it needs to arrive it has arrived but i think the world cup is it can be
a northstar you can really drive it to another level or spend some time in the. area this year and sort of looking into the grassroots in the building of what is happening and i'm some really interesting thing conversations with different people but one thing that sort of was was a common theme was this competitiveness ok when you play the games it's very competitive but there's no consequence and think there's no vindication so it doesn't really matter at the end of the day it's great but you still have now in order to sort of progress i think you need to have that so you know i don't know if if the m.l.s. can ever get to that i don't know what your take on that is yeah this is a debate going on in the us. there's even a bit of a lawsuit going on about it listen from a football and from a football perspective be very difficult for me to say here you know promotional allegations as a matter that's that's not true peter. with you on your side i think it adds an
element that is required i think there are some realities in the m.l.s. that they started a business model a certain way and now you've been it's like anything you've been doing something for twenty years a certain way and now. you know that you need to do it maybe a different way but figuring out how to do it in untangling what you have might not be an easy way to do it but i think dialogue needs to happen it has started happening maybe kitchen tables maybe maybe that needs to go from a kitchen table discussion to a boardroom table discussion so i think that's the next evolution of football in the u.s. because mexico has promotion relegation canada is building that in. we just launched our nation's league which starts in september we have promotion relegation it's a reality and you're right it creates pressure you know that you know you know one of the top footballers you know. in this world to throw that in there that's fine time. but i think i think it's
an important dialogue that needs to happen here and in the future within the u.s. so you see the north american football. coming calling for. american football. and when we gave us down the line it will be different to what it is today and i think so i think it will be i think you're i think you are also starting to see the quality of player that france is going to last longer you get in just you know the overage. going for a holiday you're getting some serious footballers and even some younger ones now you look at some of the talents being brought in from france it's a lot as a great example they brought in a couple players from argentina mid twenty's fantastic players you know who are now looking at european jobs so you know the league is really i think i think i think the commissioner there and the people there have done a good job but. i think there's another front here for them to probably grow into
and that frontier is probably more from a cultural footballing standpoint sort of some of the things that were used to in the european or world model and you must be very proud first of all just having dressed they stop at you because that's a hard thing in itself just getting the chance to host the world cup i was just thinking it must be very exciting time just beginning now this be a lot of people who've got you know ten year old sons running around in the parking until they could be playing in that world cup in a nutshell it's such an exciting the start of a very exciting journey yeah don't listen i think i think if you have a ten year old. yeah or a fifteen year old because you know the average age of most players in the world cup is twenty four twenty five you're going to have an opportunity here i have an opportunity to play in my country in my backyard and so i think it like i said before i think it creates a north star for many many aspects of foreign organizations for players for coaches
for referees so it just it just snowballed fact. just on a personal note i know exactly what it is you know is that no in that dream because . it was in the middle of my career when the world cup in the united states ninety four you had ninety four we missed out on qualification that's right we you know we qualify for ninety it's always great to qualify for welker but that one was special for some reason everybody thought that the you know i well cup in the united states it and it turned out to be a fantastic experience that we unfortunately didn't take pride in but i can just see that you know fifteen year old kid now because it is special it is a different show it's it's going to be very different to what has been russia this has been absolutely fantastic in its own way but it's that's going to be so much different because you know north america is very very the and it's got a three different cultures so you've got your legs. u.s.
and canada if i can just see that fifteen year old boy thinking that and i hope that so many at that age you know will say listen i'm going to do for the next whatever a number of years i'm just going to you know keep my head low do with the coach say work take inspiration from the creation team that place tomorrow you can never be you know. he could want keep going because then we have the quality. and you know that ninety four world cup last which is now you know twenty years later or more and so it is i agree with you i think i think it creates that opportunity and that vision and i think you know you see so what's happened here in russia i think people in the t.v. audiences that i watch the games i think i think providing such a great world cup that has happened i think is just going to add to that feeling and you know i think that's the perfect place to put this interview because and also say that i was getting that little bit of you know the football is coming to an end up starting to feel a little bit but i feel like we've got some things already looking forward to.
going to real pleasure thanks so much for thank you. thank you thank you. and we cannot forget that we fall we get through this well cup and that's kind of and that's another world cup in qatar and the winter time for us and there's going to be. in the next hour we'll have the c.e.o. of qatar a low c. here to talk about that and tell us all about their plans yet we're looking forward to that one i hope you'll join.
hello again from a r t a new center in moscow is called a break with your other headline news this saturday the u.s. justice department has charged twelve russians with hacking offenses is part of an investigation by special counsel robert miller into alleged meddling in the twenty six thousand presidential election. the indictment charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twenty sixteen presidential election. eleven of the defendants are charged with conspiring to hack into computers still documents and release those documents with the intent to interfere in the election of the twelve russians are said to be members of the russian military intelligence and they're accused of hacking democratic party e-mails and hillary clinton's campaign the indictment says they created online personas to publish the stolen information the justice department though says there was no evidence the alleged interference changed the course of the election. there's no
allegation that the conspiracy changed the vote count or affected any election result. moscow says the timing of the announcement shows that it is designed to have a negative impact on monday's trump putin summit you know neal discuss the latest developments with correspondent down off everything in this investigation when it comes to the acking of the democratic party it devolves around the d.n.c. server so we don't know as i've said where moolah got his information from but what we do know is where he didn't get it from apparently and that is the f.b.i. is the themselves numerously admitted to fail to examine the server themselves have a listen when did the d.n.c. provide access for to the f.b.i. for your your technical folks to review what happened. we never got direct access to the machines themselves it's all up begs the question doesn't it if the f.b.i. had no access to d.n.c.
servers who hurt in this exact case we don't know exactly but we know that previously all the information about this server came from a company named kraut strike it's a company that was hired by the d.n.c. received money for the from the d.n.c. for maintaining in taking care of their servers and so they were the ones who provided the f.b.i. with all the logs and all the information and all the strike itself says that the information they gave it's a carbon copy of it's like the exact same thing as what was on the actual server there's no way real way of proving that. you know very fine bad because they have tampered with this quite a bit they have already restructured it back in twenty sixteen in this whole server so that did raise some questions as well you did see never turn the server over to law enforcement if you're investigating either from a law enforcement or from an intelligence standpoint that hacking by foreign
hostile government when you want the server would net help you number one identify who the attacker was if they had turned the server over to either you or director call me maybe we would have no more so i guess what i'm asking you is why would the victim of a crime not turn over a server to the intelligence community or to law enforcement and this question is what many many people are asking because think of it from the following standpoint say there was a crime in some apartment the police show at the door and then the victim's roommate shows up and says look i live in the same room i saw everything happened here's your forensics like fingerprints you know traces of d.n.a. pictures from the crime scene you're all good. and the police they say oh then fine then we won't examine the actual crime scene since what you're showing to us is the
exact copy and the exact like account of events of what happened this is pretty much what the f.b.i. did there what happens now is there a trial well naturally yes this is what mueller is pursuing but there is a catch because look at who he's indicted is indicted several intelligence officers of russia and obviously if there is a trial that's based in russia of course and if there is a trial it is said to happen on the u.s. soil no one in their right mind would be sending intelligence officers to a foreign country i mean it doesn't really matter whether or not the are accused of anything whether or not they're guilty or not it just it's intelligence officers they have like information clearances and everything the some of them may not be allowed to travel abroad at all so miller has found is finding himself with this indictment in a very comfortable position because if a trial happens it will be a trial in absentia which means the chances are nobody will represent these intelligence officers which pretty much guarantees
a guilty verdict the executive director of the wrong pole pieces to two believes the timing of all this is highly significant. if you're the victim of a crime why would you not want to hand the evidence over to the police the fact of the matter is the company they had doing their security is that it is a politically biased company that was invite involved in all sorts of things to have our say another thing so it is a it is a big question but the other big question really is the timing once again we have an indictment on it friday before a weekend but not just any weekend this is the weekend before the much anticipated truth and summit of the political implications of dropping indictments to poison the waters in advance of the trumpet and summit this is clearly the work of the u.s. state. on a more optimistic note russia's ties with the u.s. can be repaired so says kremlin spokesman dmitri peskov has been talking to r.t. easier to try and get ahead of monday's summit between lady may putin and donald
trump. we knew that mr pascal's wouldn't really spill the beans just before the big head to head advantage however we did hear a few crucial things from him lately the media and the west as well as some politicians have really been distressed or even agitated about the summit coming up in the capital of finland feeling that one of the two leaders may use some sort of leverage in a bargaining game while the spokesperson of mr putin says that kremlin isn't looking into any kind of bargaining options i also asked them about some specific potential bargaining chips that up and leave me go right up to the western journalists are going on about some possible big bargaining game that could on ravel in helsinki what should we be watching out for anything like that at all does moscow have any bargaining chips for the americans when you over towards use the
word in his absolutely inappropriate head instead positions will be compared and they will be clarification as to confirm or dispel any fear is you know that our relations are in a quite pitiful state and you know that russia was in the one who initiated the rooting of the complex of all relations we hope there is a political will to normalize relations so it's quite a middle neck of police for him at the top of it so rumors again in the american media that russia might hand edward snowden to u.s. authorities have nothing to do with reality if they think that. you know they have nothing to do with it it's out of the question of that it was a hoarder or books or within the coming month which more than a why are you so stubborn when it comes to even the slightest possibility of discussing crimea or some believe it's donald trump who might be ready to start discussing the matter from a different perspective than to like other western politicians maybe it's worth having a go with him. not as much to look. i'm way to discuss this and continually
saying until russia gives crimea back there will be no this or that repeating this is like some kind of mantra which is absolutely logical it's a road to nowhere it has no perspective and nothing will come of it and with more to. what is mr trump is the one to stop this is there any hope of that. you know we are not and never have been wearing rose tinted glasses but we can count on that we will be showing the full version of that exclusive interview with the press secretary of the russian president on monday just several hours before donald trump and a lot of me and helsinki. ok that's half an hour you're half an hour away from the next global news and world cup update on our c.n.n. .
that years. you rather hear exactly the night the comedy show where americans in america covering american news are called foreign agents. yes since i was off last week we start out with some good news you can tell oh yes yes all right the. environmental protection agency chief scott brewer it has been forced out amid more scandals ok the brothel. finally got to play out in its efforts to pave over the country we the people said leave and don't let the screen door hit you in the asphalt on the way out all right. one of the scandals was buying a forty three thousand dollars soundproof both with taxpayer money so he could do
his corruption in peace and quiet. like literally like the whole of the whole that drive hold up everyone so you guys guy chaotic gallo. how michael should know the planet with this kind of racket going on. well i've come through or got the pink slip for a sound prove booth should we maybe revisit the seven thousand dollars the trumpet ministrations spent on a lingerie portage on the. floor so our dear leader could make sure he doesn't have to poop with the people are you do not with the on watch the masses no you do not this is why corruption looks like all right this is the definition of corruption in fact information is coming out about trump's corrupt relationship with justice kennedy and his fail. only as you know kennedy did trump a solid recently by by creating a supreme court opening right now before the midterm election so trump has an even
better chance of filling the court with vampire bats and genital warts or whatever is. put in there and trump is it seems is doing everything to cement kennedy's legacy in return well now we find out while that deutsche bank justice kennedy's son lone trump wonder billion dollars wow a billion dollars you say that sounds that sounds like a pretty big conflict of interest or is there a huckabee sanders would tell you it's just one billion tiny conflict of interest right. little baby once this is what corruption looks like but of course it's not just trump our government is rotten to the core and that goal is for for both of our. parties to go for the both of which are just told wings of the same bird are two sides of the same target. and scott pruitt has already been replaced by
a coal lobbyist to make sure the environment and viral destruction continues without pause you see you can chop off the head of the high draw but another discussed thing viperous just head will just pop right it's like it's like a pez dispenser of heads or rises another one. president or has a head. like a head with heads coming out of its next. point is the change this country must come from the bottom it must be a systemic change a cultural awakening that what it has to do. and keep in mind with corruption comes lies and sometimes those lies are exposed in the end the corrupt quietly skulked back into the shadows for example as we've covered on this show. before pressure all prosecutors had to invent lies to attempt to prosecute two
hundred j. twenty protesters the people standing up against the inauguration of donald trump because then the mic resistance will stay there the resistance until it comes to actually resisting anything and then. i would help but tonight is when i get hot and dog with the people who raise my children. anyway last week prosecutors finally dropped all romance charges. after failure to prove wrongdoing this time around their attempts to use the criminal justice system as a weapon to crush dissent didn't work didn't work another one of our government's lies fell apart last week that syria used chemical nerve agent on their own people as you recall the pentagon and the trumpet ministration then to use that suppose it chemical attack to bomb syria and reverse course on withdrawing our troops and
resources but a report published friday by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons o.p.c. w. found no traces of any nerve agent at the site in the syrian city of duma that's right. we were brought to the brink of world war three on lives and i don't mind being brought to the bring a world war three for you know good reasons like morocco was sitting on your girl. sitting next to denmark on an amtrak train and you don't even know i mean it keeps falling asleep on your shoulder like do do do do do on me well. look if we're all going to a blue terrain ourselves in a pathetic on no volved barbaric show of lunacy then cool i'm down because opera lies the reasons and all of the maze remedial flocked to indorse all these. c.n.n. went so far as to send someone to sniff the area that's real all right thanks.
of course if that had been sarin gas that reporter would have immediately fall into the ground. and wolf blitzer would have had an awkward rest of the half hour to fill. c.n.n. doing the doing the real hard hitting journalism our dad dad where our burros here they are investigating whether a volcano erupted in hawaii. and here they are investigating the fukushima nuclear disaster. here they are investigating the serial i gotta get. this. show the o.p.c. w. says they can't prove there was any attack famed journalist seymour hersh john pilger robert fisk have all said there's no evidence so of your one of the charlatan hacks working at the mainstream media i guess you just think to yourself
. why not lie the country into world war three and i've got a little extra time on my hands plus nuclear winter people stay indoors watch t.v. good for ratings or a good good for ratings is a this is why corruption looks like it comes with lies and propaganda but this is nothing new right lying us into war we now know that w. and do you want iraq or i would you knew that years ago we know the gulf of tonkin incident that led us into vietnam didn't actually happen that's according to the secretary of defense at the time robert mcnamara he might know something about it also used to create a new cold war with russia in the past few months with this green ball poisonings in britain i mean only at least there's no doubt on that story russia decided to kill an act by a decade after he defected in a dramatic easily traceable important always during murders and easily traceable manners of a few weeks before russia was set to host the world cup and the entire international
community would be watching them that's clearly what happened. no question at all well actually last week even the guardian had to admit there's no evidence of anything as journalism as blumenthal put it three hundred forty two expelled diplomats later a guardian columnist finally concludes that the official story and screwball is garbage and that the most obvious motive is someone out to embarrass lattimer putin well when even the legacy media isn't calling for it anymore your false flag games per. cent and ob gyn do some training in the offseason something. but when you have an administration and a military industrial complex this corrupt like we do sometimes their corruption starts to coat conflict with each other because they don't have enough people to really coordinate all the corruption that that require hand turns and planners and dry raised. origen. you know i got to have an online calendars i still understand
google calendar. well it's great you're just stupid for using paper and then i try it one time turns out it's shared with my mother for some reason or she's asked me why i have an appointment to get my ear herpes checked out all right yeah right so much better to bribe you die don't lie you back to the court. just this week it came out that the cia is teaming up with the defense industry to try to sink trumps peace talks with north korea because it basically just anonymously leak whatever they want to make sure we remain at war there's like anonymous sources that kim jong un as a tattoo of doll drums face. well peace talks are off that's all they are. the military weapons industry have no interest in peace they need peace as much as fish needs a sandstorm this is why korea.