Sport faces a year of change all round

There is a symmetry to the political landscape of Irish sport, an inevitable feeling that it has all been seen before.

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Ian Kehoe

1st January, 2005

There is a symmetry to the political landscape of Irish sport, an inevitable feeling that it has all been seen before. Barring a major calamity or controversy, the mandarins of Irish sport will be debating the same issues this year as they debated in 2004 and 2003, and perhaps even 2002.

The FAI will once again interview candidates for the post of chief executive, while still attempting to implement the reforming Genesis report. Irish rugby will again go...

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