Business of Sport : FAI left at a disadVantage as ten-year ticket deal turns sour
Six years after being launched in a blaze of publicity, the FAI's ten-year premium corporate tickets scheme has fallen hopelessly flat, writes John Fallon.
What began in lavish surrounds between the Football Association of Ireland and International Stadia Group (ISG) as a united front to transform the rebuilt Lansdowne Road stadium into a cash cow for Irish football is heading towards a High Court battle between the now warring factions in February.
Back in September 2008, the top floor of the Watermarque Building in Dublin, overlooking the half-built stadium, provided the setting for business leaders to mix freely with...
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