Vera Pauw, the manager of the Republic of Ireland Women. and the FAI apologize for the song following their World Cup victory.
team had just defeated Scotland 1-0 to make history by qualifying for the Women’s World Cup. Pauw’s manager remarked. “We regret from the bottom of our hearts” for the song that made reference to the IRA. The FAI and Pauw have now apologized. The Republic of Ireland players’ “song sung” after they qualified for the 2023 World Cup on Tuesday has been apologiz for by the Football Association of Ireland. the women’s team manager. After defeating Scotland 1-0 at Hampden Park. Pauw’s team earned its first-ever spot in the tournament.Vera Pauw, the manager of the Republic
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However. the FAI issu a statement on Wednesday morning. in which it apologized for “any offense caus” by the song. which made reference to the IRA.The players will go over this with us and be remind of their obligations in this regard. There can be no justification for it. and after speaking with the players this morning. we collectively apologize for any harm we may have caused. After Courtney Brosnan had stopped Caroline Weir’s first-half penalty .
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