Ireland Women's National Team Head Coach Colin Bell says it's time for everyone to move on after the public dispute between the players and the FAI was sorted.
Bell spoke to the media after taking training today for the first time since the players publicly aired their problems on Tuesday.
After almost 10 hours of mediation talks, all problems were solved and the players returned to the training pitch as they continue preparations for Monday's friendly game against Slovakia.
Financial compensation, kit allocation, having to change in airport toilets and strength and conditioning and nutrition were some of the issues resolved earlier in the week.
Bell says what happened before has "nothing to do with me"
He spoke to 98FM’s Jamie Moore at FAI HQ on Friday.
The former Champions League winning coach say it’s time for everyone to move on.
Bell went on to say his players have no excuses now that everything has been resolved.
The girls in green were back on the training pitch again this morning as they continue to get ready to face Slovakia on Monday.
He expects his players to get their focus back on the football
We’ll hear more from Colin Bell on Now That’s What I Call Sport this Sunday morning from 9am.
The Women's National Team play Slovakia in an international friendly in Tallaght Stadium this coming Monday at 2pm