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Republic set for dramatic late call-up to World Cup finals
France's participation in tournament thrown into doubt by Anelka gesture. Republic of Ireland soccer supporters, such as Mr O'Fliorpál, could well be on their way to Brazil in June. ... There is genuine embarrassment in Geneva at how that incident was ...
John Delaney: No more excuses if we fail to reach the finals
John Delaney has told Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane that Ireland are not happy to make up the numbers anymore. The FAI Chief Executive says Ireland must qualify for at least one major tournament before 2022 and wants the country to make it to at least ...
Sligo & Dundalk to meet at Tallaght Stadium
... final having previously staged the 2010, 2011 and 2013 finals. Sligo Rovers will be appearing in their first Setanta Sports Cup final having lost at the semi-final stage in each of the last four years, while Dundalk lost 2-0 in the 2011 final to ...
England soccer team to visit Dublin for friendly clash
Irish Times (blog)
The Republic of Ireland will play England in a friendly at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday, June 7th, 2015, the FAI and the English Football Association have announced. The game comes ahead of the home European qualifier against Scotland in Dublin on ...
Flurry of friendlies before Euro showdown
Martin O'Neill will have five friendly games in which to fine-tune Ireland's preparations for the start of their European Championship qualifying campaign in September. FAI chief executive John Delaney yesterday confirmed plans to play two games in the ...
Michael McGuinness: more than a historian
He went on to play for Sligo in the League of Ireland and won an FAI Junior Cup medal for Swilly Rovers in 1962 – it was the first time the trophy had ever come to Donegal. For many years, along with the likes of Ted McLaughlin, Raymond O'Connell ...
Páraic Duffy hopes funding has hit basement levels
The Monaghan native was speaking after yesterday's announcement by Minister for Sport and Tourism, Michael Ring TD that €7.4 million will be allocated to the IRFU, FAI and GAA for investment at grassroots level. ... We hope that maybe we've reached the ...