The Ireland Women's National Team will take to the pitch for the first time today since airing and then fixing their problems with the FAI.
The girls in green face Slovakia in an international friendly at Tallaght Stadium at 2pm, a game we're covering live on 98FM.
After the most controversial week in the history of women's football in Ireland, the Head Coach Colin Bell is hoping everyone's focus is back on the pitch
The attention brought onto Irish Women's Football is a good thing according to Bell.
The girls in green took the FAI to task in public over a number of issues this week.
The problems were eventually resolved after mediation talks between the FAI, the PFAI and the players.
Bell told 98FM Sport he hopes the negative attention can be turned into a positive with the sportlight now on the women's game
Bell also said that the progression of Irish Women's Football depends on the success of the senior international team.
Bell is preparing to manage Ireland for the first time on home soil later.
He says in order for the game to progress, his team need to start winning games, and trying to qualify for a major tournament for the first time
Colin was a guest on Now That's What I Call Sport on Sunday morning, hear more from him by clicking play on the link below.
Ireland v Slovakia kicks off at Tallaght Stadium at 2pm.
98FM's Jamie Moore will have live updates from 1pm.