Irish clubs demand meeting with FAI over governance issues

Irish clubs demand meeting with FAI over governance issues
The FAI delegation arriving at the Oireachtas sport committee hearing last week were, from left: Rea Walshe, chief executive; Cathal Dervan, communications director; Eddie Murray, treasurer; Donal Conway, the association’s president; John Delaney, the former chief executive; Paraic Treanor, chair of legal and corporate affairs; Aidan Eames, solicitor; Fran Gavin, director of competitions; and Ruud Dokter, high performance director Pic:

It is a ‘new low’ for Irish football as funding is pulled from FAI and vital corporate sponsors start to waver

This weekend, numerous factions of the Irish “football family” are in open rebellion.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that the body representing League of Ireland clubs is seeking an urgent meeting with the FAI over finance and governance concerns.

Flurries of late-night texts have pinged between John Delaney and League of Ireland figures as he attempts to quell concerns that could jeopardise his and the board of directors’ survival.

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