The Chair of the Oireachtas Sport Committee says he’s ‘deeply concerned’ about the governance of the FAI.
There have been more questions about how the organisation is run – leading to John Delaney stepping down as CEO.
He’ll take up the newly-created role of Executive Vice President on a lower salary.
Representatives from the organisation are due to appear before the Oireachtas Sport Committee next month.
Chairperson Fergus O’Dowd insists it won’t be a witch hunt – and wants answers about the FAI’s governance:
“I’m deeply concerned – I think this is a key moment in our country in terms of sports – especially in terms of soccer – and significant changes have occurred over the last weekend – the public need answers and they need clarity and we’ll see what comes out but most of all they want real change.”