RSS Feed Now Available on World Football Insider; Exclusive Interview with Holland-Belgium 2018 / 2022
11/11/2009

World Football Insider (WFI) is now available for readers to add to their list of favored websites by subscribing to its RSS feed.

Online PR News – 11-November-2009 – – World Football Insider (WFI) is now available for readers to add to their list of favored websites by subscribing to its RSS feed.

The web feed on www.worldfootballinsider.com provides the latest world football news and WFI headlines in an easy-to-access place for readers.

“The RSS feed provides a convenient way to receive the news flow from World Football Insider,” said Mark Bisson, WFI editor.

“It automatically sends WFI articles to your RSS reader, which can be on your cell phone, laptop or any Internet connected device. For example, there are many RSS reader apps for the Apple iPhone. It’s a great way to stay informed about the business of world football and save time.”

The RSS feed will include WFI’s series of exclusive interviews with the top the leaders of the 10 bidding nations vying to host the FIFA tournaments.

This week, Bisson interviews Harry Been, managing director of the Holland-Belgium bid for the 2018/2022 World Cup.

Other stories this week includes WFI’s European correspondent James Corbett reporting from Doha about how the international friendly is benefiting both Qatar’s 2022 bid and England’s 2018 campaign as England’s football team prepares to face Brazil in Qatar this Saturday.

The RSS feed joins World Football Insider latest list of features. Readers can subscribe to receive free eBulletins that provide real-time updates directly to their inboxes.

A weekly poll also is available to allow readers to voice their opinions on the latest news.

World Football Insider, which launched in June 2009, is already the market leader for reliable news about football. WFI is the original, most accurate source of business news about world football and should not be confused with other websites that may imitate its name and content.

It is available free to readers for a limited time. To subscribe to World Football Insider, please visit 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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