Clinton sticks around for USA

2010-06-26 21:49
Rustenburg - Former US President Bill Clinton has rearranged his schedule to stay in South Africa to watch the USA take on Ghana in their Round of 16 clash in the 2010 World Cup.

Clinton is the honorary chairman of the United States' bid to host the World Cup in either 2018 or 2022.

He was at the Americans' victory over Algeria on Wednesday that sent them into the round 16, and reportly enjoyed himself so much he rearranged his schedule to come to Saturday's game.

Clinton will be in Cape Town on Sunday to meet with more members of FIFA's executive committee.

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