Business Of Sport, Business /

New Delaney attack on Fifa throws spotlight back onto FAI

New Delaney attack on Fifa throws spotlight back onto FAI

Bill O’Herlihy

Bill O’Herlihy

Bill O’Herlihy led a full and successful life, yet couldn’t believe that anyone would have the remotest interest in reading his life story

For Blatter, for worse

For Blatter, for worse

Simon Kuper explains why Fifa president Sepp Blatter was able to survive yet another tidal wave of sleaze allegations and secure re-election last week

Video analysis takes pro and amateur sport to another level

Video analysis takes pro and amateur sport to another level

Training goes on the record

Training goes on the record

From stacking shelves at Tesco to video analyst for Aston Villa, Irishman Seamus Brady has had an unusual journey to the Premier League

The Spread

The Spread

On the Spot

On the Spot

Ciarán Medlar, partner, head of tax, and head of BDO Sports & Entertainment

Leinster championship is already over

Leinster championship is already over

The Leinster senior football championship began yesterday, but it’s already over

After cracking the GAA scene, gaming firm targets European market

After cracking the GAA scene, gaming firm targets European market

By targeting the fundraising efforts of local sports clubs, Irish gaming startup Runlastman.com has the vital members social networks all over Ireland and Britain on its side, writes Leanna Byrne

After the ball: Shane Jennings

After the ball: Shane Jennings

Shane Jennings has finished with professional rugby after 13 long years. Now the fiercely competitive flanker is on the lookout for fresh challenges, writes Cian Murtagh

On the Spot

On the Spot

Colin Teahon, chief executive, PST Sport

Big-time boxing is a shambles

Big-time boxing is a shambles

Alive and kicking: Ireland's sports retail market

Alive and kicking: Ireland's sports retail market

With the current Dublin jersey being the best-selling GAA strip of all time, and an Irish chain taking on Grafton Street rents, it’s clear that the Irish sports retail market is bouncing back.

The Spread

The Spread

Chelsea won’t take their foot off the pedal

The Spread

The Spread