Noel Fitzroy

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FAI president Donal Conway, who was re-elected unopposed, despite Shane Ross telling Uefa and Fifa that everyone on the old board should go.  Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Donal Conway believes that Saturday’s successful agm in Trim has kept the FAI on course for a restoration of its government funding, possibly by the e(...)

 FAI vice president Noel Fitzroy is seeking re-election against   Gerry McAnaney of the Armed Forces and Waterford’s Paul Cooke. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

After an era in which about the only thing in doubt at an FAI agm was the winner of the press sweepstake on how many times John Delaney would appear i(...)

FAI headquarters: There has been talk of redundancies for a couple of months around Abbotstown although estimates of the numbers that might be involved have varied. Photograph: Inpho

FAI president Donal Conway has all but acknowledged that redundancies are to be expected at the association as the organisation tries, he said on Satu(...)

Donal Conway: said the FAI members’ vote showed  “real appetite for change, its real appetite for reform to start”.  Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Donal Conway hailed the decision of Saturday’s egm of the FAI in Dunboyne to overwhelmingly back the rule changes required to implement the recommenda(...)

FAI president Donal Conway: “It was almost a complete majority. It was resounding and it shows that there is a real appetite for change.”

The FAI took a major first step towards implementing the recommendations of the Governance Review Group when the rule changes required to reshape the (...)

Dónal Conway: he is the only person to be nominated for the role of FAI president. Photograph: Getty Images

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has robustly defended the right of its outgoing president Dónal Conway to continue in his role for a new ter(...)

Sport Ireland chief executive John Treacy and chairman Kieran Mulvey. Photograph:   Nick Bradshaw

Notre Dame can count herself lucky. She might have lost her spire and her roof and seen centuries of history disappear in a couple of hours. But at le(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien became the first honorary life president of the Football Association of Ireland at its annual general meeting in the Rochestown Park Hotel in Cork on Saturday. He was presented with the award by outgoing FAI president Tony Fitzgerald and FAI chief executive John Delaney. Photograph:  Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

The best premium seats inside the Aviva Stadium will be available to purchase on a 10-year basis for just €5,000, the Football Association of Ireland (...)

Just off the leafy Palmerston Road, lies sleepy Ormond Road – a series of late Victorian properties comprising terraces on the west face and semi-d(...)