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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