It's a tremendous event, anybody who is lucky enough to overtake it is going to see some great soccer," McMahon said Wednesday.
"The players will get on the park, they'll start doing marvelous stuff, they'll start exciting us, they'll get us cheering. And we'll start thinking about the soccer instead of thinking of the off-field events. The players will do what they always do and they'll show us why we love the game," McMahon told CBC's Information Radio.
Also happening in Winnipeg is June is an exciting exhibition featuring some very outstanding Inuit sculptures in the WAG collection.