John Delaney

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The Aviva Stadium in  Dublin could host World Cup games in 2030. Photograph: Stephen Heaney/Inpho

Even from in his political grave, it seems, Sepp Blatter knows which way the football winds are blowing. Back in June the former Fifa president predic(...)

Whether Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane stay or leave won’t change the realities of football in Ireland.   Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

During his stout defence of Roy Keane this week, Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill joked that they’d had a quick chat about the latest family(...)

A Dublin youth is awaiting sentence after he admitted sexually assaulting a schoolgirl. File photograph: Getty Images

A Dublin youth is awaiting sentence after he admitted sexually assaulting a schoolgirl after she was surrounded by a group of boys on a footpath and p(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien became the first honorary life president of the Football Association of Ireland at its annual general meeting in the Rochestown Park Hotel in Cork on Saturday. He was presented with the award by outgoing FAI president Tony Fitzgerald and FAI chief executive John Delaney. Photograph:  Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

The best premium seats inside the Aviva Stadium will be available to purchase on a 10-year basis for just €5,000, the Football Association of Ireland (...)

John Delaney: “A final review paper on the debt, demonstrating how we can be clear by 2020, will be presented to the board.” Photograph:  Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile

John Delaney has finally admitted that the Football Association of Ireland overpriced their failed premium ticket scheme but he remains confident thei(...)

 FAI chief John Delaney.  Switching its debt from KKR to Bank of Ireland helped  reduce the FAI’s  interest payments from €4.25m in 2016 to €1.6m   last year.   Photograph:   David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

FAI chief executive John Delaney has again insisted that the association is in a position to have cleared its stadium-related debt by the end of 2020,(...)

PFAI general secretary Stephen McGuinness: “If you strip it all back to the bone, they are trying to cripple us financially and stop us from striking.” Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

PFAI general secretary Stephen McGuinness has accused the FAI of attempting to undermine the financial viability of the players’ union, and the right(...)

FAI Chief Executive John Delaney. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

The PFAI have reacted angrily after the FAI announced they were expected to contribute 50 per cent of a €300,000 fund to help struggling League of Ire(...)

  Fans celebrate after England scored their second goal in the World Cup quarter-final against Sweden at  Croydon Boxpark  in London. Photograph:  Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

With the population having already had the effects of prolonged good weather to contend with, anxiety levels in Ireland were further raised over the w(...)

Artem Dzyuba of Russia celebrates scoring against Egypt at Saint Petersburg Stadium. Photograph: Getty Images

Russian pep Playing a World Cup in your home country is always sure to give you an extra adrenaline rush and a pep in your step and for Russia it cert(...)

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