• Former chief executive John Delaney loaned FAI €100,000
• Sport Ireland provides €2.7 a year for FAI programmes
Sport Ireland has confirmed it has suspended funding to the Football Association of Ireland amid concerns over a controversial loan.
Last week, Sport Ireland’s chief executive, John Treacy, told an Oireachtas committee his organisation had no knowledge of a “bridging loan” made to the FAI by former chief executive John Delaney of €100,000 (£87,000) or that the FAI was paying Delaney’s rent.
Source: Football News
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