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FAI chairman Roy Barrett: Question of his nomination as  chair could be up for renewed discussion at Tuesday’s board meeting. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The FAI will look to draw a line under what has been another difficult and deeply divisive period for the organisation at its much-anticipated extraor(...)

FAI interim chief Gary Owens: most accept he has found himself in a tough job at what has proven to be an unexpectedly tough time. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

He could probably do without the extra item on his agenda just now but FAI interim chief executive Gary Owens will meet with the leadership of the big(...)

No sector of the game will suffer, it is said, while some, such as women’s football and the League of Ireland, are to receive substantially increased funding. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Barely a month after the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) went to the Government seeking a package of cash or guarantees worth the €18 million it(...)

New FAI president Gerry McAnaney. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Former army officer Gerry McAnaney has said he hopes to play his part in making the FAI a more transparent organisation by getting out to clubs, leagu(...)

Sligo Rovers chairman Martin Heraghty, a former civil servant at the Department of Agriculture, is already a member of the FAI board. Photograph: Oisín Keniry/Inpho

The election to succeed Donal Conway as president of the FAI will be a two-horse race between Sligo Rovers chairman Martin Heraghty and long-time Defe(...)

Roy Barrett said there ‘is a serious job of work to be done to address the very significant failures which have beset the organisation in terms of its governance and its finances’.

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has appointed Roy Barrett, one of the country’s best-known stockbrokers, as its independent chairman. The F(...)

FAI has said it is hopeful of securing the €18 million in funding it needs in order to implement its survival plan. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/ ©INPHO

The Government will stand by Irish soccer but that is very different to standing by the bad practices seen in the FAI, the Minister for Health Simon H(...)

FAI outgoing president Donal Conway with acting chief executive Paul Cooke at the FAI’s reconvened agm at  Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co Dublin. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The FAI has said it is hopeful of securing the €18 million in funding it needs in order to implement its survival plan but after its reconvened agm at(...)

FAI president Donal Conway and executive lead and board member Paul Cooke at the FAI reconvened agm in the Citywest Hotel. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Senior FAI officials have all but ruled out the sale of the association’s stake in the Aviva Stadium, saying that the agreements in place with regard (...)

The Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland say the €50,000 they paid for a the use of a corporate box at the Aviva stadium was good value. Photograph: Oisín Keniry/Inpho

The Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland (SFAI) have defended their €50,000 outlay on a corporate box at the Aviva Stadium – a deal they admit w(...)

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