The FAI says it is shocked and disappointed by SIPTU claims that the association's finances are in a "precarious situation".
The trade union has sought a meeting with Minister for Sport Shane Ross to discuss their concerns over the Association’s finances.
The FAI says SIPTU's claims are unfounded.
FAI President Donal Conway says they've held discussions with UEFA. He says European football's governing body has assured the FAI of its full support through its current processes.
Former Waterford United director Paul Cooke was today appointed to the sub-committee overseeing the current investigations into the FAI.
Cooke is expected to be confirmed as the new honorary treasurer of the association at July's AGM.
Chris Hughton might not be out of work for long.
West Brom plan to meet with the former Brighton boss next week about spearheading their Championship promotion push next season.
Sheffield United's Chris Wilder has been named the LMA manager of the year - beating Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp to the prize.
Wilder guided his side to promotion from the Championship this season.
Guardiola took Premier League manager of the year.
Luton's Mick Harford was the League One winner.
Lincoln's Danny Cowley won the League Two award.
Leeds are 1-0 up going into their second leg championship play off semi final against Derby County in Elland Road tonight.
The winners play Aston Villa in the final.
A result from today’s Top Oil Dublin Post Primary Schools Senior Football “A” Final: Scoil Aodháin (ae-gawn) 6-09 Maynooth 2-12
This evening’s club GAA fixtures: first named at home, all games 7.30pm
EMS Copiers Senior Football League Div 4
Venue: Kill, Kill V Cappagh
Reserve Football Leagues
Div 1 Clane V Celbridge
Div 2 Johnstownbridge V Carbury
Div 3 Allenwood V Monasterevan
Rory McIlroy says he's excited about playing at the Tokyo Olympics next year.
The County Down golfer will represent Ireland after turning down the chance to play for Ireland or Great Britain at the Rio games in 2016.
Ruby Walsh doesn't think anyone will benefit from Gigginstown House Stud winding down their racing operations.
Walsh believes the ramifications of the O'Learys' decision will be felt immediately by owners and breeders across the country.