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Northern Ireland get warning over firework

The Irish Football Association has vowed to prevent any repeat of an incident which saw a firework thrown on to the pitch at Windsor Park after receiving a warning from disciplinary chiefs.

UEFA's control, ethics and disciplinary body launched an investigation after an object was thrown on to the playing surface from a section housing visiting supporters during Northern Ireland's 0-0 Euro 2016 Group F qualifier draw with Romania on June 13.

IFA chief executive Patrick Nelson said: "The Irish FA is...

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UEFA investigate firework thrown at photographer during N. Ireland game

Romania and Northern Ireland played out to a goalless draw in Northern Ireland, with the home side unable to take advantage of their chances.

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against the Irish Football Association after a photographer was struck by a firework during Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Romania on Saturday.

Darren Kidd was given medical assistance at pitchside after being hit on the neck by the projectile, which exploded on the ground.

The incident was included in the UEFA delegate's report and the governing body's website confirmed on Monday it was being investigated.

Kidd wrote on Twitter: "burnt sore...

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Northern Ireland keeper Roy Carroll misses crunch clash with Romania

Roy Carroll
Roy Carroll had been ever-present in Northern Ireland's fine campaign.

Northern Ireland goalkeeper Roy Carroll has been ruled out of Saturday's European Championship qualifier against Romania with abdominal pain, the Irish Football Association has announced.

Former Manchester United player Carroll, who now plays for League Two side Notts County, was ruled out just a day before Michael O'Neill's side take on the Group F leaders at Windsor Park.

The Irish, currently...

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Home nations on alert to preserve separate status during FIFA's overhaul

While FIFA undergoes its restructuring following a scandal, England and Scotland will fight to preserve playing as separate teams.

England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland should be on their guard against any threat to strip the home nations of their separate status, senior figures have warned.

There was a concerted effort in the 1970s and '80s by some nations to make home nations play as one united British team, and the developments at FIFA which will see a new president elected to replace Sepp Blatter has raised fresh concern.

Northern Ireland FA president Jim Shaw told Press Association Sport: "Any change has always...