League of Ireland needs a slice of the FAI’s Euro pie
If we want to develop young players for the national team, we need to support the League of Ireland, writes John Fallon
O’Neill’s French fancy has one cloud on the horizon
Uncertainty over the future of Ireland manager and Roy Keane is overshadowing Euro 2016
Time to blow the whistle on League of Ireland short-termism
Leadership, investment and a vision for the future are what the League of Ireland needs if it is to see an upturn in its fortunes
As debts mount, FAI pins hopes on getting to Euro 2016
Poor attendances and disgruntled fans have ensured the guaranteed €12 million prize of qualification is more vital than ever
FAI debts stand at €51.2m as squad faces daunting task
Accounts suggest hard-to-fill Aviva is more a revenue traffic jam than a cash-cow toll bridge.
Return of Duff will bring bounce to the League of Ireland
Returning stars may dispel apathy among football fans, but for how long, wonders John Fallon
Business of Sport: Roche lets her feet do the talking
Stephanie Roche’s goal has catapulted her to world fame on merit, writes John Fallon
Domestic woes leave LoI’s players with little to cheer
Falling attendance and plunging prize money will result in many League of Ireland players facing the prospect of Christmas on the dole, writes John Fallon
Business of Sport: Will Euro 2020 dividend pay off for Irish football?
Winning partial hosting rights to Euro 2020 was a big coup for the FAI, writes John Fallon.