FAI officials have been invited before the Oireachtas Sports Committee to discuss ways to reinstate funding to football clubs as soon as possible.
It follows the referral of an independent review examining the structure and financing of the FAI to An Garda Síochána.
The association insists that all Government money it received was spent appropriately and as intended.
An investigation is underway after a man in his 40s was killed in a two car crash in Co Limerick.
The cars collided on the N21 outside Croagh at around 7.30pm on Wednesday evening.
A post mortem exam will be carried out on the body of the man at University Hospital Limerick.
China has reacted with fury to US President Donald Trump's decision to back pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong.
Beijing is warning it will take "firm counter measures".
Mr Trump signed two bills which threaten sanctions for human rights violations, and ban the export of certain weapons.
The Dáil spending watchdog will discuss the controversy around €1m spent on a printer for the Oireachtas.
More than €230,000 had to be spent remodeling a room to accommodate the printer, after measurements for its installation were wrong.
It meant the printer had to be housed elsewhere at a cost of €2,000 a month.
Macra na Feirme is calling for the beef taskforce to meet again as soon as possible.
Farmers stood down their protest in Dublin yesterday, after demanding the removal of injunctions against two farmers.
However, they are threatening to disrupt city centre streets again if steps are not taken to address their concerns over beef prices.