By David Macias | 09 January 2017 | 18:16:28I recently caught up with the host of the UK’s #SuperTigerChallenge, @SuperTigers_Cup and while he was gracious enough to answer some questions, the most important one was the one that has stuck with me the most: when are the big events coming to South America next?
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the first World Series at the Santiago de Compostela, which saw the likes of Michael Jordan, Michael Sam, Jason Collins, and Shaquille O’Neal all sign autographs.
Since then, more than 200 professional sports have been played around the world, and there have been a few notable moments in the history of the game, such as the 2006 World Cup in Canada and the 2013 World Cup final in Australia.
I know that the first two editions of the SuperTiger Challenge were played in Argentina and the last one in Brazil in 2011, but are there any more tournaments planned in South American?
The SuperTigers Cup will be played in both countries, but I can’t tell you exactly when.
There’s been a lot of talk about hosting tournaments for a long time and it’s possible to think about hosting a tournament in the middle of February or March, but the date and time will depend on the organizers.
I’ve been asked many times what the date is, but it’s something we don’t know, as the calendar is always changing.
It’s very unlikely to happen.
I think South America is a very different place now than it was then.
We’re very different from Australia or New Zealand, for example, but in terms of the numbers of people who play the game and the amount of spectators, it’s pretty much the same.
What we do see is a lot more fans and it will be interesting to see how this all plays out.
I know there’s some hype around some of the big games in South and Central America this year, like the Copa Libertadores, which are very much part of the international soccer calendar, but they don’t always get the same attention.
I think it will depend a lot on the tournament itself.
We’re hoping that some of those big games will be hosted in Argentina, but at the moment I’m not seeing any tournaments there.
I have to ask, though, is it safe to say that South America will not have a World Cup or an Olympic Games in 2021?
There’s a lot going on in Brazil right now, so I can understand if they decide to take a break from the Olympics, but for now, I think they can be quite pleased with the progress they’re making with the World Cup.
In your opinion, what are the biggest challenges facing the game in South Africa in the future?
I think there’s a couple of big things happening in South African soccer.
First, we’re starting to see some really good teams coming through, with the likes the Bulls and the Lions winning the inaugural and second titles respectively.
I believe that those teams will be the pillars of the new South African National Team and I’d be surprised if there’s any other teams that have the potential to make it to the finals.
I’m also really excited by the prospect of a World Rugby tournament, which I’m sure South Africans are looking forward to seeing.
I’m excited by a lot, but there are also a lot other things going on, especially with the new World Cup taking place at the same time.
I’d say the biggest issue that the sport faces is that we have so many players coming through.
If you look at the players who were in the team this year and who will be there next year, you’ll see a lot who haven’t even been playing professionally for a while.
There will be players that are still relatively unknown to the public and have just been brought in as substitutes, but also players who have been with the national team for a number of years and have played a big role in developing their game.
It will be a challenge to keep the same level of intensity.
I don’t think we’re going to see any significant change to the game until we have a big tournament in Brazil.
I hope that the World Rugby has a good tournament and the best of the best in Brazil, but we have to be realistic about the level of quality.
I don’t see any major changes to the competition in 2019 or 2020.
I still believe in the players, I still think the game is great, and I still hope that we can win a World Championship.
What’s your opinion of the South African game?
I’m a big fan of South Africa, but unfortunately, I feel like we’re doing a poor job of preparing for the game.
We have so much to learn from the likes in the US and other countries, and if you look back at the past, it was very, very hard to prepare for the sport.
South Africa needs to