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Posts Tagged ‘ FAI ’

FAI Pay Respects To Bill O’Herlihy

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The Football Association of Ireland have paid their respects to Bill O’Herlihy, who passed away last night aged 76.

The popular presenter was a household name for decades for his work on RTE’s football coverage since the early 1970s.

During his time with RTE, he covered ten World Cups and ten Olympic Games before retiring last Summer. Continue reading

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Grealish Rejects Call Up For Crucial Games

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Martin O’Neill has named a provisional 33 man squad for Ireland’s upcoming Three International Friendly against England in Aviva Stadium on Sunday, June 7, and UEFA Euro 2016 Group D qualifier against Scotland in Aviva Stadium on Saturday, June 13.

Today’s provisional squad announcement sees the inclusion of Brentford’s Alan Judge and Aberdeen’s Adam Rooney however Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has opted to remain omitted from the squad until further notice. Continue reading

O’Neill Names Ireland Squad For Upcoming Games

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Martin O’Neill has named a provisional 36 man squad for Ireland’s upcoming games against Scotland and USA.

Starting away, Scotland host Ireland in a EURO 2016 qualifier on Friday, November 14 at 7.45pm, before Ireland take on the USA in Aviva Stadium in a Three International Friendly on November 18.

The squad will be shortened ahead of meeting up on November 10. Continue reading

LOI Supporter Workshop Aims To Make A Difference

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League of Ireland clubs survive and thrive because of the ongoing support, effort and dedication of their supporters and volunteers, and the ‘LOI Supporters: Making a Vital Difference‘ workshop will highlight much of the crucial work carried out by fans in the name of the crest of their football shirt.

The LOI Supporters: Making a Vital Difference workshop is organised by the Irish Supporters Network, and is open to everyone interested in building a brighter future for our game.

The event will be held at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, November 1st to coincide with one of the most important dates in the Irish football calendar: the FAI Cup final which pits Derry City against St Patrick’s Athletic.. Continue reading

Turner’s Cross Wins Airtricity League Pitch Of The Year 2014‏

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TURNER’S CROSS, home ground of Cork City Football Club, has won the 2014 SSE Airtricity League Pitch of the Year Award, following an inspection by the Irish Institute of Sports Surfaces (IISS). This is the second time that the ground has received this accolade, having been a winner previously in 2011.

The winner of the award was announced following nominations by SSE Airtricity League referees and players, in association with the Professional Footballers Association of Ireland. Continue reading

News In Brief: Silly Season Kicks Off And It’s Bad News For Seagulls

‘They’ve lost the run of themselves.’ (picture: bbc.co.uk)

 

Silly season has well and truly kicked off and the Dail only broke up for their holidays yesterday. Now it’s NIB’s time to shine!

The Football Association of Ireland got in trouble at the start of the week for having a sense of humour. After Germany won the World Cup last Sunday the FAI tweeted their congratulations to the team who will also be the Irish side’s opponents in the 2016 Euro qualifiers in October. This wasn’t the offensive bit, it was the ‘***Gulp***’ added onto the end that made fans angry, accusing the FAI of being unsupportive, unpatriotic and unprofessional. Since when did Irish football fans get so touchy? It was only a joke, cop yourselves on!

They’ll be coming for NIB now won’t they?  ***Gulp***. Continue reading

Special Olympics Ireland Honours Relationship With FAI

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Football Association of Ireland CEO, John Delaney, was today presented with an award in recognition of the organisation’s long-standing partnership with Special Olympics Ireland.

Delaney accepted the Special Olympics “appreciation award” on behalf of FAI staff at an official reception at the organisation’s headquarters in Abbotstown, Dublin. The award recognises the FAI’s policy of inclusion as well as the long-running partnership with Special Olympics Ireland. Continue reading

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