Ireland manager not happy with low number of tickets afforded to Boys in Green fans
Martin O'Neill is unhappy about the relatively small number of tickets available to Ireland fans for the Euro 2016 last-16 match against France.
The Boys in Green face the hosts in Lyon tomorrow afternoon.
But the Irish supporters will occupy less than 10% of the seats in the Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium.
"I think that the ticket allocation is something that I do have a gripe about," O'Neill commented.
"I think it's totally disproportionate for a stadium of this size and this brilliance for us or any team playing in the Round of 16 here to be allocated less than 5,000 tickets. I think it's pretty unfair really. I think it's totally disproportionate."