Tuesday November 24, 2020

Profile: Niall Quinn - back in the game

Niall Quinn hasn’t played football since 1996 and took a few hits in the property crash. His interest has turned to tech start-ups and now, as FAI interim deputy chief executive he must deal with its fiscal problems and chart the future of the League of Ireland

16th February, 2020

In brief:

Name: Niall Quinn

Occupation: Interim deputy chief executive at the Football Association of Ireland

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