Is stoppage time looming for Delaney and FAI?
The FAI, an organisation now burdened with debt, is out touch with football fans and the grassroots enthusiasm that – from the most basic level up – keeps the game alive
Early last Sunday, just as they always do, a group of lifelong Ireland fans gathered in Section 114 of the South Stand in Lansdowne Road. It’s an area home to You Boys in Green (YBIG), a supporters’ group that has collected money to bring colour back to games in the form of flags and banners. It’s tried to return some of the old atmosphere to the new stadium, in terms of singing and noise. But...
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