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Treble talk sidestepped by Kenny as Dundalk head west
The defending league champions remain six points clear at the top of the table after a hard-fought win in Bray on Friday and will also be in Galway for the next round of the FAI Cup later this month. That competition has opened up with Shamrock Rovers ...
Keane jealous of Wales' Premier League contingent
Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane is envious of the number of players Wales have competing in the Premier League ahead of the two countries' meeting in World Cup qualifying in 2017. Keane, who was helping launch the new SSE Airtricity ...
Ireland need a hero to take us through to Russia
John Delaney's decision not to travel to St Petersburg for the draw meant there was no immediate chance to see his reaction to Ireland's World Cup qualifying draw, but you have to imagine the FAI's chief executive allowed himself a secret smile, as he ...
FAI and Martin O'Neill banking on luck of Russian World Cup draw
After stumbling into the global headlines by detailing the €5m Thierry Henry-related 'loan' that the FAI received following an expletive-laden meeting with Sepp Blatter, Irish football's CEO appeared to be surprised by the backlash. Last weekend, amid ...
Tony Grealish: The Gaelic footballer and FA Cup final captain
Tony Grealish was the late Gaelic footballer who won 45 caps for the Republic of Ireland and captained Brighton in the 1983 FA Cup final against Manchester United. On that May afternoon in '83, the London-born midfielder appeared first from the tunnel ...
St Pat's head to Cork in FAI Cup draw
Having waited a long, long time to win it again St Patrick's Athletic are having to defend the FAI Cup the hard way with Liam Buckley's side having been drawn away to Cork City in the third around after having beaten Dublin rivals Shamrock Rovers to ...
About Ireland Republic - FAI Cup
The FAI Cup, known as the FAI Ford Cup for sponsorship reasons, is a knock-out association football competition contested annually by teams from the Republic of Ireland (as well as Derry City from Northern Ireland). Organised by the FAI (Football Association of Ireland), it is of similar format to the FA Cup played in England and the Scottish Cup in Scotland. The competition is currently sponsored by the car manufacturer, Ford. It was known as the Free State Cup from 1923 to 1936. Shamrock Rovers hold the record of most wins with 24.