The letters: Sports Ireland sought answers three times from the FAI and slammed the association’s 'disappointing' response
Ahead of Minister Shane Ross’s stakeholder forum on the future of soccer at the this Friday, we reveal the full extent of the robust correspondence with the FAI as Sport Ireland sought to bring it to heel over its serious concerns
Sport Ireland does not want to wait for the outcome of reviews at the FAI for answers on the unexplained €100,000 loan by John Delaney in 2017, letters reveal.
On Friday at the Mansion House Niall Quinn will reveal his proposals for the future of Irish soccer. He will be accompanied by former League player Kieran Foley, who runs New York based sports management consultancy FMG and helped establish the Caribbean Premier Cricket League and is...
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