At last, a good result for the beleaguered FAI
The appointment of three independent directors to the board makes it a whole new ball game
The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has had its first successful result in quite some time. The appointment of Roy Barrett, Liz Joyce and Catherine Guy to the board as independent directors is a coup for the under pressure association. Many executives would have avoided such roles given the extent of the crisis in the association, so the quality of those now stepping in is impressive.
The skills of Barrett, who will replace Donal Conway...
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