FAI lacks gender balance with too many boys in green


The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) is struggling to meet the government’s requirement to have 40% of its board made up of women by next year, putting continued state financial support at risk.

At its annual general meeting (AGM) yesterday in the Round Room of Dublin’s Mansion House, the re-election of five male directors was adjourned so that the association could ‘increase the pool of female candidates’.


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