FAI’s nadir has been a long time in coming

8th December, 2019
FAI’s nadir has been a long time in coming

On the face of it, next summer ought to have a good chance of being a glorious moment for Irish football. Several games in Euro 2020 are due to be played in the Aviva Stadium, and there is still the prospect of Mick McCarthy’s team making it through the play-offs.

Instead, the Football Association of Ireland finds itself at the centre of a deepening storm about its dire finances, with potential investigations by the...

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