FAI hold 'productive' meeting with all 19 clubs as talks are set to continue over the weekend on League returnThu, Jun 11 2020
The Football Association of Ireland has confirmed that they held a ‘productive’ meeting with all 19 League of Ireland clubs this afternoon.
The association met with clubs this afternoon to discuss how a proposed return to League of Ireland football may look in the coming months and weeks ahead.
“The Football Association of Ireland today held a productive meeting with the 19 SSE Airtricity League clubs to discuss the return to action for the League,” a statement read this evening.
“Talks will continue over the weekend. The FAI will make no further comment until these talks are concluded.”
The meeting comes just a day after it was confirmed that all four clubs who are due to take part in a behind closed tournament – Bohemians, Derry City, Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers – have reported no positive Covid-19 cases in the latest round of testing.
The Football Association of Ireland today held a productive meeting with the 19 @SSEAirtricityLg clubs to discuss the return to action for the League.— SSE Airtricity League (@SSEAirtricityLg) June 11, 2020
Talks will continue over the weekend.#LOI | #GreatestLeagueInTheWorld pic.twitter.com/sAJUxPdM6p