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 .

stanley

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No.

He.

Isn't

You have been asked for links to this more than once
Gave you links, Del Boy is simply sidelined from any official duties at FAI and UEFA, Conway/Mooney are now the leaders against Ross's wishes, who controls Govt funds through SI.
 


SuirView

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Gave you links, Del Boy is simply sidelined from any official duties at FAI and UEFA, Conway/Mooney are now the leaders against Ross's wishes, who controls Govt funds through SI.
But you don't agree with SI (Sports Ireland)!
Need a reminder?
Why do posters lie?
 

SuirView

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Gave you links, Del Boy is simply sidelined from any official duties at FAI and UEFA, Conway/Mooney are now the leaders against Ross's wishes, who controls Govt funds through SI.
Post #5,987 still needs your attention!
How many times are you going to run away from the truth?
It's in print on this site.
Your choice.
 

redneck

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The Aviva stadium cost twice as much as Pairc Uí Chaoimh, Cork is what I am saying. Even though they are about the same size. Yes, Aviva is located in prime D4 property so it would cost more. But over twice?
Also there is good news for FAI and Irish football. Despite the "gloom and doom" merchants:
Irish senior team doing well under Mick McCarthy, top of their group.
Attendances up at Airtricity League of Ireland matches.
Irish u21 team unbeaten so far, and plenty of good young talent coming through. Manager Stephen Kenny.
Euro 2020 coming to Dublin next June, group E matches.

And a lot of this happened under the hapless John Delaney. But as said previously, the Irish media love to knock and moan. Especially about Irish soccer and the GAA too. Slán
 

Buchaill Dana

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Gave you links, Del Boy is simply sidelined from any official duties at FAI and UEFA, Conway/Mooney are now the leaders against Ross's wishes, who controls Govt funds through SI.
No, you gave the same story in two different papers saying it was 'claimed'. That story was denied.

Ross fundamentally does not control SI funding, thats the point of SI. Very basic stuff.

You are a bust flush now, you have created an elaborate conspiracy that has no basis in reality.
 

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No, you gave the same story in two different papers saying it was 'claimed'. That story was denied.

Ross fundamentally does not control SI funding, thats the point of SI. Very basic stuff.

You are a bust flush now, you have created an elaborate conspiracy that has no basis in reality.

Give over, Del Boy is still on gardening leave, there has been no story in any paper saying he has left, Del Boy ain't going anywhere without his payoff.

Govt control SI's funding, Shane Ross, who has served as Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport since May 2016 plays a major role in SI's funding it's part of his remit, why else do you think he is in the middle of the FAI debacle.

There is no conspiracy just facts building up constantly since Del Boy joined the FAI, the 5 investigations should expose all if the Conway/Mooney axis cannot keep a lid on them, which is why they are still there, to Hell with continuity bollocks, Del Boy's and UEFA's interests are paramount.
 

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Give over, Del Boy is still on gardening leave, there has been no story in any paper saying he has left, Del Boy ain't going anywhere without his payoff.

Govt control SI's funding, Shane Ross, who has served as Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport since May 2016 plays a major role in SI's funding it's part of his remit, why else do you think he is in the middle of the FAI debacle.

There is no conspiracy just facts building up constantly since Del Boy joined the FAI, the 5 investigations should expose all if the Conway/Mooney axis cannot keep a lid on them, which is why they are still there, to Hell with continuity bollocks, Del Boy's and UEFA's interests are paramount.
1. There was loads of media reporting his two departures. Because he is gone. Not my fault you chose to ignore it.

2. SI was set up to remove political interference in day to day sports funding. Ross is in the middle of it because he is a populist gobshite. Note he is being pointedly ignored. Plenty of the great and good there on Thursday

3. Your whole thesis is based on a falsehood.
 

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1. There was loads of media reporting his two departures. Because he is gone. Not my fault you chose to ignore it.

2. SI was set up to remove political interference in day to day sports funding. Ross is in the middle of it because he is a populist gobshite. Note he is being pointedly ignored. Plenty of the great and good there on Thursday

3. Your whole thesis is based on a falsehood.

Mark Tighe of the Sunday Times is the journo most driving the FAI debacle and he/they have printed nothing on Del Boy leaving, he is still on paid "gardening leave".
 

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Why does'nt Mark Tighe report on the good news from the FAI. He is a good journo, but he only seems to report negatives.
 

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The Aviva stadium cost twice as much as Pairc Uí Chaoimh, Cork is what I am saying. Even though they are about the same size. Yes, Aviva is located in prime D4 property so it would cost more. But over twice?
Also there is good news for FAI and Irish football. Despite the "gloom and doom" merchants:
Irish senior team doing well under Mick McCarthy, top of their group.
Attendances up at Airtricity League of Ireland matches.
Irish u21 team unbeaten so far, and plenty of good young talent coming through. Manager Stephen Kenny.
Euro 2020 coming to Dublin next June, group E matches.

And a lot of this happened under the hapless John Delaney. But as said previously, the Irish media love to knock and moan. Especially about Irish soccer and the GAA too. Slán
Take a look at this, good news stories. John Delaney, take a bow.
 

Buchaill Dana

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Why does'nt Mark Tighe report on the good news from the FAI. He is a good journo, but he only seems to report negatives.
To be fair, he isn't a sports journo and he has good sources and exposed things that need exposing. The problem is loons like small s are half reading it and coming up with mad conclusions
 

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To be fair, he isn't a sports journo and he has good sources and exposed things that need exposing. The problem is loons like small s are half reading it and coming up with mad conclusions
I have made contact with Mark Tighe this morning and am advised:

"Yes, JD is still on paid gardening leave on the condition that he complies and cooperates with the FAI's internal investigation.
I'm not sure what rate he is being paid but the Mail said it was his old rate of E360k".
 

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If you follow the thread, Ross would have to pass a law in order to disclose salaries, same for all sports orgs, employees are entitled to their privacy as they are not civil servants and not all the org's income comes from the taxpayer.
IRFU account to SI annually on how it spends taxpayers monies and to date they have been happy with their submissions, this cannot be said of the FAI.
You do remember posting it's "common knowledge" that Brown is paid €125k a year?
Any word on the other executives?
Why do posters lie?
 

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So after you posted his response to you...

Clownshoes, even your lies are lies
I posted to Mark @ 11.37 and got a reply @ 12.23, I have sent him an email and got a response on another occasion.

The point is Del Boy is still at FAI on "gardening leave" and getting paid.
 


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