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This resulted in a much improved suburb, and Toombul was able to improve the club facilities significantly.While the moniker "Junkyard" is no longer applicable, the players and supporters have retained part of the old label, referring to Toombul simply as The Yard."Having followed that guidance in the delivery of the acts of remembrance at the match, it is extremely disappointing that the Fifa disciplinary committee came to the conclusions that it did."The Irish FA cannot appeal the 15,000 CHF fine under Fifa regulations and having discussed the options at the board meeting this evening, the association will not pursue any further legal recourse.The Irish Football Association has ended the prospect of the home nations uniting to challenge Fifa for sanctions imposed following acts of remembrance by accepting a fine.The IFA was fined 15,000 Swiss francs (£11,769) by world football's governing body for displays of the poppy during Northern Ireland's game with Azerbaijan on Armistice Day in Belfast.The FA immediately announced it would lodge an appeal, while both the SFA and FAW are understood to be waiting for FIFA's written reasons before deciding what to do.
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The four home nations may unite to challenge FIFA over their fines for last month's poppy row after it emerged the Irish Football Association cannot appeal against its sanction on its own.
FIFA announced on Monday that the associations of Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales had been punished to varying degrees for their Remembrance Day tributes.
An IFA statement on Monday read: "The Irish FA is disappointed the FIFA disciplinary committee has reprimanded the association and issued a fine in relation to acts of remembrance at the Northern Ireland v Azerbaijan match on 11th November.
"The Irish FA will examine the full written submission when it is released and will take further legal advice before deciding on a future course of action." FIFA warned the four countries before November's internationals that the display of political symbols could result in punishments - a warning that was even debated in the House of Commons.