Something has to change.
Last Wednesday’s highly unsatisfactory Oireachtas sport committee hearing with the FAI was an unseemly farce which left the public and TDs alike fuming.
But it was always likely to happen.
More than eight long hours of testimony was heard but little information was elicited, despite the man at the centre of everything, John Delaney, the FAI’s former CEO and now executive vice president, sitting through it all.
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