Should Delaney resign?

Should John Delaney Resign from the FAI?

  • Yes

    Votes: 140 72.9%
  • No

    Votes: 52 27.1%

  • Total voters
    192
  • Poll closed .
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My post yesterday re directorship on Aviva Stadium Board - answered in today's Sunday Times...

Still on the Aviva Stadium Board which also receives public funds ....
*listed on the website board members

Gone from this position now.....

 


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Ahern will hate the bad publicity that Dunne is presently exposing him to, the careful image he is trying to paint for himself through Brexit/GFA could all get flushed away if Dunne comes out and says he gave Ahern monies in Court or paid with favours.

Mahon Tribunal is Ahern's cross to bear for life, he craves absolution from the Irish people and Dunne could wipe it all out in a US court with a few sentences, Albert always said of Ahern he was good at the taking bit but useless at the giving/delivering bit.

Dunne can bury him with times/dates/amounts/banks/names/offshore and it won't be for " personal political donations", nope it will be min 6 figure material.

Ahern will be shltting himself over his pint in Fagins, he cannot control what happens in a US Court.
Poor small "s" claims that he's not a poor FG'er.
Yet he runs away from criticism of them!
Instead he picks on FF.
Has poor small "s" ever asked a FG'er on this site how Lowry repaid the FG debt?
No I believe, is the answer!
Why?
That'll do for now.
 

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Rugby lads too smart for the likes of Del Boy, they know a cant when they see one, no way would he get control of these funds.
Are they the same "Rugby lads" that are ashamed to post the salary of Brown, the CEO of the IRFU?
 

Buchaill Dana

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Rugby lads too smart for the likes of Del Boy, they know a cant when they see one, no way would he get control of these funds.
He is weeping for you.
 

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This definitely looks like a wrong move, Mooney is too close to Del Boy and his co-conspirators.
Mooney is a bad move for lots of reasons, but beung close to the old regime is not one of them.
 

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Think you live in Disneyland or some fantasy place or perhaps in Dundrum with SV and his carer.
You've crossed the line.
Your move.
 

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"The ex-Irish midfielder, who won six caps, said: "The current FAI scandal is a tough sell for Irish football, only institutional change will alter this window dressing and rhetoric will not appease, and until the multiple investigations are completed and published transparently, can't move forward despite any noise to the contrary."

Surely all these experts should have something to report by now.

Del Boy still busy gardening, must be killing him to have to keep his trap shut.
 

Lumpy Talbot

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Has Delaney hit John O'Mr Gods' yet? Or am I a bit early?
 

stanley

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Has Delaney hit John O'Mr Gods' yet? Or am I a bit early?
Doubt it, his lawyer might view that as a defeat but then again the Angela Kerin's option is wide open for him, would think he is staying miles away from the drink, at least publicly.

Can only wonder how Emma feels now she knows he paid off the last GF, 60k.
 

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Kerins and Delaney should move in together. That way they could save money on having doors smashed in by concerned colleagues when the cue comes.
 

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"Liquidity is understood to be a concern. FIFA are also willing to provide support - after their officials reminded Ross and Sport Ireland on rules barring government intervention".

How long before these arrogant cants at FIFA tell us that the State stopping funds/grants represents State interference in FAI and ban our football team.
 

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Mooney is a bad move for lots of reasons, but beung close to the old regime is not one of them.
Shane Ross stocking the boot into Mooney

 

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Shane Ross stocking the boot into Mooney


Fair play to Ross he did not hold back, gave Mooney and FAI both barrels, looks like he will not take any arrogant crap from FIFA, up to Mooney now to respond.
 

Buchaill Dana

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Shane Ross stocking the boot into Mooney

Outrageously inappropriate from a Minister.
 


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