Video: Ireland WNT Head Coach Vera Pauw Speaks to FAI TV

The FAI announced that former Scotland, Netherlands and Russia manager Vera Pauw, is to succeed Colin Bell as the head coach of the Irish women’s team.

Pauw, 56, from Amsterdam, played 89 times as a defender for the Netherlands over the course of a 15-year international career. She subsequently managed the Scots for nearly six years before landing the Dutch job. 

Vera Pauw sat down with FAI TV for her first interview upon her appointment as the new Ireland WNT Head Coach.

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