Tuesday January 21, 2020

'No more surprises': Sport Ireland to audit FAI

It has emerged that the Companies Registration Office received a report from auditors Deloitte saying that the FAI’s accounts were not being properly kept

16th April, 2019
Sport Ireland chief John Treacy (l) and chairman Kieran Mulvey (r). Pic: RollingNews.ie

The board of the FAI has told Transport, Tourism and Sport Minister Shane Ross that they intend to step down after a plan for an overhaul of governance at the association is agreed and approved at an AGM in July or an earlier EGM.

Ross was speaking at the Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport after it emerged that the Companies Registration Office had received a report from auditors Deloitte saying that the FAI’s...

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