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O FAI wants to resume football behind our back with news that negotiations are about to take place in a four team tournament.
Sky Sports said the four teams will include Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers, Derry City and Bohemians. These four teams qualified for European competitions. These 4 teams are also expected to return to training on June 8, with games to be played after June 20. Sky Sports also said the games are likely to be held at the Aviva Stadium.
Speaking to FAI TV, Alan Byrne, who is the medical director of FAI, said: The idea behind this is to try to create a model for the safe return of football ”. Byrne confirmed the news that training for the four teams could start on June 8, stating: “We will start training on June 8, but we will have tested the players with the cooperation of the medical team and the coach. employees in the four clubs ”. The remaining Irish league clubs will be allowed return to training on June 29 according to RTE.
He also said that if you are a player, you simply need to be tested by you and your family. He said: "If you are a player … you need to be tested by your family, your general safety and the safety of your colleague".
Derry City emerged and supported the idea of saying that the four-team tournament is "a good model". Derry City director Sean Barrett said, "I think it's a good idea. I think the concept of trying something, if they go to regionalized locations later, then this is a good example to start with."
He continued and said it would be good for all four clubs involved. "I still don't know much about it. It will be great for Dundalk, Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers and it is also good for all the other clubs to take a look to see how things are going to be done."
I hope to see more news about this in the coming days.