Daniel Collins gives his take on the FAI and whether Ireland should continue to pursue players who qualify for the national side through grandparents.
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Daniel Collins considers the practical and political ramifications of a united, All-Ireland football team.
An analysis on the discussion of the Irish player eligibility matter discussed at the 50th plenary session of the British Irish Parliamentary Assembly.
Irish writer Daniel Collins discusses the Irish eligibility issue which can see Northern Irish born footballers play for the Republic.
The all-Irish national team debate has cropped up again. This time, Gerry Adams and his Sinn Féin friends are behind a merger writes Daniel Collins.
Daniel Collins takes a deeper look at the issue of politics in Irish football which has come to the fore again recently.
Daniel Collins looks at the reasons why players born in the north of Ireland have been declaring for the Republic.
Ryan Large offers his thoughts on the ongoing saga regarding players born in Northern Ireland declaring for the Republic.
Ryan Kelly looks at the issue of player eligibility which has once again come to the fore through former Northern Ireland international Gerry Armstrong.
Richard Chambers discusses the growing trend of Northern Ireland players switch allegiance to the Republic national team, as IFA lose another young player in Daniel Kearns.