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#FAI

# fai - Saturday 4 July, 2020

FAI confirm they are seeking more financial support from government

Move comes five months after FAI received a €19.2m package.

# fai - Thursday 2 July, 2020

FAI board approves format for League of Ireland restart on 31 July

Some Premier Division clubs were against the relegation plans in particular.

# fai - Wednesday 1 July, 2020

LOI restart saga takes another twist as Premier clubs call for investigation into relegation decision

The FAI board will now review the restarted league format that they announced yesterday.

# fai - Thursday 25 June, 2020

FAI send Mazars report to Gardaí and ODCE

The report was commissioned in April 2019.

# fai - Wednesday 24 June, 2020

From TheJournal.ie Ex FAI boss John Delaney living and working abroad, court hears High Court

Ex FAI boss John Delaney living and working abroad, court hears

The ODCE reached an agreement with Delaney over how the inspection of certain documents and emails seized from the association is to be conducted.

# fai - Tuesday 23 June, 2020

Explainer: The latest restructure at the FAI

Four key roles are being advertised within the Association this week, with Niall Quinn believed to be in the mix for a position.

# fai - Saturday 20 June, 2020

FAI suspend Covid-19 testing programme LOI

FAI suspend Covid-19 testing programme

The FAI’s Medical Doctor is optimistic a testing regime won’t need to be introduced when games resume.

# fai - Thursday 18 June, 2020

From TheJournal.ie High Court asked to determine if documents seized from FAI offices are legally privileged High Court

High Court asked to determine if documents seized from FAI offices are legally privileged

The application was briefly mentioned before Justice Leonie Reynolds today.

# fai - Tuesday 16 June, 2020

From TheJournal.ie FAI takes legal action against former auditors Deloitte in High Court case Court Filing

FAI takes legal action against former auditors Deloitte in High Court case

Deloitte stepped down after two decades as auditors of the FAI last year.

FAI stand by Gary Owens and Niall Quinn as St Pat's chairman brands them a 'failure'

The tortured saga that is the restart of the League of Ireland took another twist last night.

# fai - Monday 15 June, 2020

Derry City unconvinced by finances of FAI's restart plan

The club say their decision to retain players and staff on full pay has not been properly recognised.

# fai - Friday 12 June, 2020

Talks to continue today in bid to rescue League of Ireland season

Yesterday’s talks, billed as make-or-break, saw little progress made.

# fai - Tuesday 9 June, 2020

FAI publish guide for all football clubs ahead of return to training on Monday

Every club must appoint a compliance officer.

# fai - Sunday 7 June, 2020

'I'm thick-skinned, but it makes me angry' - Irish football's racism problem

The42 looks into the prevalence of racist incidents in Irish football, and how they are dealt with.

# fai - Friday 5 June, 2020

FAI will meet tomorrow to map out amateur and underage soccer's return to training

They welcomed the government’s announcement earlier today.

# fai - Thursday 4 June, 2020

Athlone Town call on FAI critic Morton to withdraw letter to Uefa and Fifa

Morton wrote to the highest levels of the game to air his concerns about how the FAI is being reformed.

# fai - Wednesday 3 June, 2020

FAI agree to undergo restructuring and 'required constitutional reform'

A new set-up has seen an increase in the number of independent directors from four to six.

# fai - Tuesday 2 June, 2020

Explainer: The latest controversy threatening to cause a rift within the FAI

Nixon Morton — an FAI Council member — has written to both Uefa and Fifa to express concerns over perceived issues with the new set-up.

# fai - Wednesday 20 May, 2020

Why coaches quickly learning young players' names is so important

A human connection is key to coaching, James Scott tells Shane Keegan on the latest episode of How To Win At Dominoes.

# fai - Thursday 14 May, 2020

'Arrangements are all in place': Aviva Stadium ready to host matches

10 years on from its official reopening, the Lansdowne Road venue is planning for another.

20 years of drama in Irish football, Chapter 4: The gaffer, the grannies and Miss Piggy

When he got the Ireland job Steve Staunton spoke passionately about bringing the granny rule back into Irish football. What happened in Slovakia was not quite what he had in mind.

# fai - Wednesday 13 May, 2020

Caught in a trap, Chapter 3: 'In my head I felt we could win the World Cup'

Brian Kerr lifts the lid on what it was like to manage Ireland and his year-long chase to get Roy Keane back in an Ireland shirt.

# fai - Tuesday 12 May, 2020

20 years of drama in Irish football, Chapter 2: Saipan - Paradise Lost

If everything had gone to plan, the 2002 World Cup would have been the crowning moment of Roy Keane’s career. Instead he came home before the tournament began and the inquest lasted for months.

# fai - Monday 11 May, 2020

FAI seeks Government advice on return to play protocols for amateur adult and underage games

The association’s Steering Group has highlighted three key areas which have been submitted to Government officials.

20 years of drama in Irish football, Chapter 1: the rise and fall of John Delaney

In the first in the series, Garry Doyle speaks to figures in the game about the man who rose to become chief executive and oversaw the Association for almost a decade and a half.

# fai - Friday 1 May, 2020

'A shocking exposé' - Book detailing the rise and fall of John Delaney to be released FAI

'A shocking exposé' - Book detailing the rise and fall of John Delaney to be released

‘Champagne Football’ by Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan will be published in September.

Government re-affirm commitment to hosting rescheduled Euro 2020 games in Dublin

Uefa asked all hosts to confirm if they are in a position to host the delayed competition.

# fai - Monday 27 April, 2020

Uefa release €236.5 million to help member associations - but FAI may not benefit

‘Our sport is facing an unprecedented challenge brought about by the Covid-19 crisis.’

Ireland boss set to sign contract extension after flying start and Euros delay

Vera Pauw is focused on the Girls in Green qualifying for Euro 2021, which has been rescheduled for 2022.

Getting FAI and IFA on board the next step as All-Island League format is unveiled AIL

Getting FAI and IFA on board the next step as All-Island League format is unveiled

A cross-border, ‘split season’ is favoured by clubs.

# fai - Friday 24 April, 2020

FAI given advance of €460,000 as Fifa help out all members amid Covid-19 shutdown

The governing body have granted an advance to all 211 of their member associations.

# fai - Thursday 23 April, 2020

Quinn: FAI looking at streaming League of Ireland matches behind a paywall

St Patrick’s Athletic president Tom O’Mahony believes playing behind closed doors is not an option, however.

# fai - Wednesday 22 April, 2020

Going behind closed doors a possibility as clubs and FAI bid to save LOI season

A number of different options are now on the table, including a curtailed season to begin in the Autumn.

Keane reiterates intention to become a manager and predicts 'exciting' times for Irish football TV Appearance This post contains videos

Keane reiterates intention to become a manager and predicts 'exciting' times for Irish football

Ireland’s all-time record goalscorer didn’t address his contractual situation with the FAI, however.

# fai - Tuesday 21 April, 2020

FAI 'seek clarity' from government over mass gatherings ruling Development This post contains videos

FAI 'seek clarity' from government over mass gatherings ruling

The association are unsure what today’s announcement will mean for future League of Ireland fixtures and international matches.

Ireland's Euros play-off 'likely' to be played in October

The FAI have confirmed the expected time of the clash with Slovakia.

# fai - Tuesday 14 April, 2020

John O'Shea and Carlo Cudicini among FAI's latest candidates for top coaching badge

The Association have announced the latest batch of coaches to undertake their Uefa Pro Licence.

# fai - Monday 13 April, 2020

From TheJournal.ie 'It should not be seen as the government having sold out': Ross's message to officials before FAI bailout 19 Million Euro

'It should not be seen as the government having sold out': Ross's message to officials before FAI bailout

There was a lot of back and forth before the government agreed to bail out the FAI in late January.

# fai - Friday 10 April, 2020

FAI committed to June return for domestic leagues as ban on all activity extended until May

The news comes following the announcement that Covid-19 restrictions are to remain in place until next month.

Quiz: How well do you remember John Delaney and the FAI's infamous Oireachtas appearance?

It’s a year today since the remarkable theatre that proved so damaging to the now-former FAI regime.

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