Ireland captain Seamus Coleman believes that Cork City and Dundalk would be good enough to compete at Championship level in England and insists that the League of Ireland does not get the credit it deserves for producing players and teams of high quality.
Tue, 22 May, 2018
As we know only too well, Seamus Coleman won’t be on the pitch in the Aviva on Sunday but if his replacement Cyrus Christie and the rest of the Irish players can channel some of the spirit Captain Coleman’s men showed on a famous night in Lille last summer, Austria in the World Cup qualifiers will find themselves up against what Italy were forced to confront in the finals of the European Championships.
Fri, 09 Jun, 2017
He’s won everything Gaelic football has to offer and been handsomely rewarded with silverware, but Frank McGlynn has revealed his sporting career could have been panned out very differently — if it hadn’t been for Wayne Rooney.
Thu, 28 Jan, 2016
A HIGH-PROFILE FAI delegation led by chief executive John Delaney will be on Foyleside this morning to consult with concerned prominent members of the local business community to discuss the next way possible forward for League of Ireland’s expelled side Derry City.
Thu, 12 Nov, 2009
With problems in the domestic game and the financial challenges of a new Lansdowne Road his critics bid to land blows, but FAI chief executive John Delaney sees a bright and prosperous future for Irish football — at home and abroad. He outlined his vision to football correspondent, Liam Mackey.
Sat, 15 Nov, 2008