Application is  part of an investigation by the ODCE in relation to ‘certain matters’ concerning the Football Association of Ireland.

The Officer of the Director of Corporate Enforcement’s application to have the High Court to determine if documents given to it by the Football Associ(...)

The watchdog is investigating the FAI after it emerged   its chief executive John Delaney gave the association a €100,000 loan to cover a cash shortfall at the organisation in 2017

The State’s corporate law watchdog has asked the High Court to decide whether documents handed over by the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) in a (...)

Cricket Ireland said it experienced ‘significant cash flow constraints’ last year after incurring losses when Ireland’s first test match against Pakistan was rained out. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Cricket Ireland says it has recovered from the cash flow crisis that led to it accepting a €100,000 short-term loan from its chief executive. The loa(...)

Sport Ireland chairman Kieran Mulvey and chief execuitve John Treacy at Leinster House ahead of an Oireachtas committe hearing, last week. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

People within the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) need to “come to the fore” and take up senior positions to reform the organisation, the chairm(...)

Former FAI chief executive John Delaney. Deloitte this week informed the Companies Registration Office that proper accounting records were not kept by the assocation

The Republic is “in denial” over the threat Brexit poses to Irish stock trade, according to a report in the Sunday Times Ireland edition. It quotes St(...)

Former FAI CEO John Delaney is seen after a meeting with the board of the FAI on Monday. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

The controversy over the abject governance of Irish football is only that – gross mismanagement in sport. Perspective is important; lives aren’t at st(...)

Investigations mainly revolve around circumstances in which a €100,000 loan was given by former FAI chief executive John Delaney to the football association in April 2017. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

The Football Association of Ireland board could face criminal sanction if an investigation into claims of failure to keep proper records finds any wro(...)

Michéal Martin has said that while the Oireachtas committee hearing last week was at some level ‘farcical’ it was also ‘effective’. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Sport Ireland and the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) are best placed to carry out an independent audit of the finances of the (...)

Minister for Sport Shane Ross addresses the Oireachtas Committee on Tuesday. Photograph: Oireachtas.ie screengrab

The board of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) will resign within the next two months, and certainly no later than its annual general meeting (...)

Sports Ireland ceo John Treacy  at the Oireachtas committee.

An external investigation into the finances of the FAI will include an examination of expenses claims by former chief executive John Delaney and other(...)

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