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Should football be part of the syllabus in secondary schools?

Labour announced its plans to address the issue and help turn around the fortunes of football in ...

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13.39 21 Jun 2021


Should football be part of the syllabus in secondary schools?


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13.39 21 Jun 2021


Labour announced its plans to address the issue and help turn around the fortunes of football in this country.

The party wants to see soccer on the syllabus in secondary schools.

Labour TD Aodhan O’Riordan told Adrian Kennedy why he thinks for a long time, some would suggest that soccer in Ireland has been treated as a poor relation of GAA and rugby. 

Callers gave their reaction to the proposals.

 

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