British and Irish Opportunity for the more credible 2030 World Cup bid for Football

The likelihood of the British and Irish tender improving the 2030 World Cup, according to the GAA general manager, appears to have improved. Following a presentation at the Euro 2020 draw in Bucharest, the Times Noel Mooney quoted as follows: “The feasibility study is positive and it makes sense to do the right thing. This offer is on the front pedal and led by the English FA, which gave a very strong presentation. This is an opportunity to get a credible offer and we hope to win it. I was surprised if there is not an incredibly credible offer from Great Britain and Ireland. ”

In August last year Uefa president, Aleksander Ceferin gave full support to a joint home nation offer for the 2030 World Cup, which said the competition was back to England for the first time since 1966.

This full and public endorsement of a possible offer by Ceferin, the most powerful man in international football in Europe, was very encouraging. “I think it's a very smart idea,” he said last year. “The infrastructure in the UK is very good and somehow if more countries offer more offerings that are more likely. I think after all these years it's time for that part of Europe to get World Cup. I have no doubt about the quality of the offer. “Qatar will host the 2022 World Cup and Canada, the US and Mexican, which will be a 48-team contest.


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