"We don't even get to keep our own tracksuits, and have to get changed in airport toilets"
That is one of the issues highlighted today by 14 members of the Ireland Women's National Team.
The players along with their reps from the PFAI and SIPTU held a 90 minute press conference in Liberty Hall earlier to outline their issues with the FAI, who are failing to engage with the FAI.
They want to be financially compensated for loss of earnings while they are on international duty.
Here's what they had to say.
And the issues they want improved.
The Ireland Women's National team may not take the pitch to face Slovakia next Monday.
The girls in green are due to face Slovakia at Tallaght Stadium next Monday, but this morning refused to confirm if they'll play in the game IF their demands are not met.
The players have asked the Players Football Association of Ireland to represent them in discussion with the FAI, but according to PFAI Solicitor Stuart Gilhooly, the FAI want to deal with the players directly.
LISTEN to SIPTU's Ethel Buckley and the PFAI's Stuart Gilhooly and Ollie Cahill outlining the problems by clicking play on the link below.
98FM's Jamie Moore spoke to Gilhooly as well as players Aine O'Gorman and Stephanie Roche, listen to those interviews below.
We'll be following this continuing story on air all day and on our Facebook and Twitter pages @98FMSport