FAI board member John Earley is pleading with Minister Shane Ross not to punish Irish football for the mistakes of the past.
In a few reports recently, the ‘E’ in the EGM which the FAI held last Saturday in Dunboyne was taken to mean ‘emergency’ when, according to my profound and comprehensive mastery of company law, ‘extraordinary’ is what it actually stands for.
The chair of the group tasked with a Governance Review of the FAI, has said its recommendations are not “an a la carte menu” and must all be collectively accepted or rejected by the association’s members.
Sport Ireland Chief Executive John Treacy has said that the FAI’s implementation of the Governance Review Group report would be a “hugely important” step towards the restoration of funding.
FAI President Donal Conway has said it is vital for the good of the organisation that delegates at the association’s AGM next month vote in favour of adopting the Governance Review Report which was published today.
Radical changes in the make-up of the FAI board and council are imminent after the governance review committee today published their report at Abbotstown.
The Board of the FAI has said it is “shocked and disappointed” by SIPTU's claim that there is a threat the Association could become insolvent in a matter of weeks.
FAI staff are pushing to have two employees on the association’s new-look board.
Sport Ireland CEO John Treacy has expressed his confidence in the Institute of Public Administration (IPA) delivering a series of robust reform proposals for the FAI.
John Treacy believes there is no reason why the FAI can not mirror the example set by the Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) in cleaning house and transforming into a beacon of good sporting governance in the next two years.
Sport Ireland has insisted any new FAI board must have independent members to ensure transparency as it begins its corporate governance review of the soccer body today.
“This is D-day. Be prepared to die.”
A six-year jail sentence was imposed today on a former nightclub bouncer who imprisoned three women in a bedroom, wounded them with a stun gun and warned that it was 'D-day' and they were about to die.
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