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The Schools and Third Level Football Department of the FAI hosted the Third Level Options Exhibition on Saturday morning as part of the FAI Schools Interprovincial Tournament in Dublin. Players were advised about their Third Level Options and football in Third Level. The 64 students representing their provinces then got the opportunity to speak to […] Read the rest of this entry »
Irish fans will be hoping to see Damian Duff take over as U21 boss after the breaking news that Noel King will move full-time to the role of Player Identification Manager for the Football Association of Ireland after serving eight years as Head Coach of the Republic of Ireland Under-21s. Duff has been taking a coaching role […] Read the rest of this entry »
Liverpool FC suffered a huge setback in their Champions League ambitions after losing 2-0 in Serbia against Red Star Belgrade. Victory would have taken Liverpool four points clear at the top of Group C but they will be knocked off that spot later on Tuesday, whatever the result between Napoli and Paris St-Germain, who kick […] Read the rest of this entry »
There are four uncapped players in the Republic of Ireland provisional squad for the international friendly against Northern Ireland (November 15) at Aviva Stadium and the UEFA Nations League clash with Denmark (November 19). Both Stephen Ward (knee) and Jonathan Walters (Achilles) are ruled out, but the duo of Seamus Coleman (foot) and Robbie Brady (ankle) return […] Read the rest of this entry »
The UEFA Under-21 Championship is the second biggest football tournament in Europe after the UEFA Euros. The best young talent from across the continent play in the tournament with players such as Luís Figo, Petr Čech, Iker Casillas and Andrea Pirlo all having featured in the competition before becoming senior internationals. The Football Association of […] Read the rest of this entry »
The identification and treatment of concussion in contact-related team sports has improved dramatically over the last decade. The day of the coach running onto the pitch and asking a player “how many fingers am I holding up?” are thankfully long gone. However, progress and education of coaches and medical staff involved with both professional and […] Read the rest of this entry »
A number of researches have been conducted across 18 European countries. This is a sociological study that is intended to capture the emotions of the football fans. The study compared expressions, feelings, behaviors, and emotions of fans supporting different football teams. The research is still conducted in countries like France, Netherlands, Britain, Italy, Spain, and […] Read the rest of this entry »