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Report: John Delaney’s FAI Future In Doubt As “High-Level” Talks Intensify

John Delaney’s future in the FAI is reportedly in doubt with former supportive members of the board now harbouring reservations about the Executive Vice President. According to Dan McDonnell and Ger Keville of The Independent.ie, Delaney’s position has been the subject of “high-level talks” with further developments expected over the weekend. Delaney has come under renewed scrutiny this week following …

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Cork City Fans Boycott ‘Joe Delaney Stand’ At Turners Cross

Drama in the Leagues of Ireland this evening as Cork City fans boycott the Shed End at Turners Cross over the ongoing fallout involving John Delaney and the FAI. The stand is officially known as the ‘Joe Delaney Stand’ who was the father of the much-maligned former FAI chief executive. Delaney’s father was a long-time member of the Munster Football …

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Irish Underage Star O’Connor Added To United Champions League Squad

Lee O'Connor

Republic of Ireland underage talent, Lee O’Connor, has been added to Manchester United’s Champions League squad for the second leg of their quarter-final against Barcelona. The 18-year-old United Academy player was included in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad prior to last night’s 1-0 defeat to Barcelona in Old Trafford but could yet be named in the matchday squad for the return …

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Barcelona Edge Out United In Old Trafford Ahead Of Nou Camp Decider

Old Trafford played host to the Champions League quarter-final clash between Manchester United and Barcelona this evening. At first, it was all Barcelona as the Catalan giants controlled close to 90% of the possession in the opening sections. Disaster struck early on for Solskjaer’s men as a Luke Shaw own-goal saw them fall behind in the first twelve minutes. Manchester …

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“Traditionally We Limit Ourselves In How We Think We Can Play, It’s Unacceptable”

They may have only played one game under Stephen Kenny, but Ireland’s U21s caught the eye of many following their stylish victory over Luxembourg last month. Kenny’s side won their European Championship opener against Luxembourg by 3-0 and impressed many with their free-flowing and open style of play. Something not usually associated with Irish national teams. Currently preparing for the …

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