REPUBLIC OF IRELAND striker Clare Shine is receiving assistance following a missing person appeal on Sunday. Nous voudrions effectuer une description ici mais le site que vous consultez ne nous en laisse pas la possibilité.

“Thank you to everyone who helped in raising awareness.”. The FAI has put €3.3m in place to ease club overheads, a chunk of that sum was to pay for the cost of clean neutral grounds as the league was geared up to play behind closed doors.

Cork native Shine is an Ireland international who is in her second stint at Glasgow, having previously lined out for Cork City and Raheny. The Cork native has represented Ireland at senior level on seven occasions having made her international debut in 2015. Noteworthy | *, What Matteo Guendouzi said to Brighton players to spark brawl revealed, Everton star confirms offer to join Manchester United, Roma legend Totti visits girl who woke from coma after hearing his voice, Liverpool flop Loris Karius is set for yet another exit from the club, Striker Pat Hoban says it’s ‘bizarre’ that Dundalk’s game against Rovers went ahead, Man City set to drop nearly €70 million for another defender, Dundalk vs KIaksvik: TV channel, time and everything else to know, Man United set to make their final bid for Jadon Sancho with the window about to close.

An appeal was made earlier on Sunday after the 25-year-old after her whereabouts were unknown.

Please note that TheJournal.ie uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. GLASGOW CITY have said they will support Ireland ace Clare Shine 'every step of the way' on her road to recovery. Glasgow City forward Clare Shine has thanked people for their support after going missing early on Sunday morning. Shine, who opened up about her battle with depression earlier this year, posted: ‘Thank you everyone, I’m struggling and that’s okay. Although Pep Guardiola's side kicked off their season with a win away to... Dundalk have a massive Europa League play-off with KI Klaksvik this week, and here’s the all-important details such as kick-off time, TV channel, and everything else. Look after yourself.’. Clare now plays with Glasgow City in Scotland. The 2019-20 Irish Premiership season is set to end after the league’s 12 clubs failed to reach a unanimous decision on how to resume the campaign. After the Government offered the Association a slice of, are finalising a package to help member nations, Meanwhile, it’s expected that news of a restart to the, The clubs have to agree on relegation from the Premier Division and promotion from the First Division, as well as decide on contesting the 100th, PUP cuts will lead to debt tsunami and ‘should be reversed’, People could suffer impact of COVID-19 for years, says top specialist, One million flu vaccines arrive after frustrating delayed shipments, * Sign up to the Extra..ie survey panel to trial free products and win prizes for your opinions! Clare is one of the most exciting attacking talents in Ireland. Shine, 25, was reported missing after she was last seen in Roslin, Midlothian on Sunday morning.

The latest Irish and international breaking news, reports and coverage, A platform helping fund the type of in-depth journalism that the public wants to see, This is YOUR comments community. “Thank you to everyone who helped in raising awareness.”. — Glasgow City FC () (@GlasgowCityFC) June 21, 2020. Roma legend Francesco Totti has visited a girl who came out of a nine-month coma after she heard a recorded he message he sent to her.

The oft-criticised German hasn't played a minute of football for the... Dundalk striker Pat Hoban said it was 'bizarre' that the Lilywhites' game against Shamrock Rovers went ahead. We will say more when we can.”. The world governing body has told member nations they should be able to ratify details on Friday. The FAI also thanked those who helped raise awareness after the football star went missing. Sites:

The whereabouts of Republic of Ireland international Clare Shine have been confirmed by her club after a missing persons appeal. Irish sport images provided by Inpho Photography unless otherwise stated. You made such a difference. She from Cork Women's FC to Raheny United and played in the UEFA Women's Champions League in August. Clare Shine. Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius is set for yet another exit from the club after his loan spell at Beskitas has come to an end. Stay civil, stay constructive, stay on topic.

Clare Shine (file pic).