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Bray Wanderers players announced yesterday their intention to go on strike over not receiving their wages for almost two months. The club, who haven’t paid their players since May 25th, stated last week that the players were free leave and play at other clubs, as they claimed they couldn’t guarantee

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From organising soccer tournaments for Dublin’s African comunity, Sport Against Racism Ireland has developed into an organisation confronting all forms of discrimination through many different games. Ricahrd O’Hara talked to SARI co-founder Ken McCue.

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From the terraces of the League of Ireland to Bundesliga cauldrons, progressive football fans have delivered the message that refugees are welcome and xenophobia is not, reports Francis Donohoe.

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Chris Bailie and Paddy Wilson take a look at how the fans of Cliftonville football Club in North Belfast have attempted to tackle sectarianism in Irish League football and make space for a radical, inclusive style of support. The 13th April 2013 was a red letter day for Cliftonville. That

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Jimmy Dignam recalls the days when cycling was also a form of political expression

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How did the fans of Malmö FF react to a fascist attack on Showans Shattak, a prominent club supporter? Neil Dunne reports.

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Author Paolo Hewitt tells Barry Healy about a forgotten footballing great

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Kevin Brannigan examines the threat to Dublin’s most historic football ground and how community assets from stadiums to historic streets are being preserved in Britain but levelled in Ireland.

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Kevin Brannigan examines the role players from the Republic had in the modern history of one of Loyalism’s footballing bastions.

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Sam Leadbeater charts the story of how French football club Paris Saint-Germain suppressed its own fan base as it transformed from an expression of working class culture to an entertainment franchise.

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