The PFAI released the following statement on behalf of the Bray Wanderers players on the issue of the players & PFAI's dealings with the FAI & Bray Wanderers board.
On Friday, 7th July 2017 the players of Bray Wanderers requested that their club provide PFA Ireland with details of the club's
Today is a sad day in the League of Ireland as Premier Division side Bray Wanderers seem to be in big financial troubles, and there is a chance the club may not survive.
A tweet from the PFAI (Players Union) said that 'This morning the players at Bray Wanderers have been
The FIFA World XI was announced yesterday with not a lot of surprise in the final XI chosen.
The members of the League of Ireland players union have voted for their World XI and the PFAI have tweeted what the final XI worked out from their members.
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The 2016 PFAI Teams of the year for the Premier & First Division have been announced along with the nominations for the Premier Division & Young Player of the year.
It is no shock that Dundalk & Cork City lead the nominations in the Player of the year category with having
At last a new beginning or is it the death of Irish football as we know it. It has taken a group of amateur players from Athlone Town to highlight and communicate the inadequate treatment of soccer players in this Country over the last 20 years.
Courageous players who have stood
Mental Health & Well Being is a topic that has been splashed in all the print media and radio platforms over the last few weeks.
It is a taboo subject in most families and communities and can be even more difficult as a professional athlete.
I was sad to hear of Mickey
According to reports in The Times today League of Ireland players are being targeted by match fixers to fix games in the League of Ireland.
The article reported that four players contacted the Professional Footballers’ Association of Ireland (PFAI) this year and reported that they had been approached online by people
Football in this country is moving into an era in which players are beginning to demand an educational ‘exit route’.
Football cannot guarantee a successful professional playing career anymore and it must not hinder a player’s social and educational development.
The seductive nature of soccer success can make schoolwork seem irrelevant, especially