Two candidates to contest FAI presidency
Sligo Rovers chairman Martin Heraghty and former Defence Forces member Gerry McAnaney nominated by members
Two members have been proposed for the role of president of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) as part of its ongoing regime change.
Donal Conway, the current president and long-time member of the FAI board, announced his intention to step down last year.
Martin Heraghty and Gerry McAnaney were nominated by members to contest an election for the position on January 25.
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