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Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

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I hope the fans groups are considering making a statement today for the good of Irish football . 

Sentiment is unanimous. Time to do so ASAP

Time for fans voices to be heard at a pivotal time not wait for tennis balls in March

Can't speak for other groups but we'll obviously be making a statement after the accounts are published. 

Think today would be best for greatest impact but I’ll trust your judgment - hope the horse hasn’t bolted by then. Every politician in the country will be grandstanding tomorrow and statements could be lost amid the chaos. 

If Conway doesn’t announce he’s moving on tomorrow we’re goosed.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Drumcondra 69er Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Dec 2019 at 2:09pm
Originally posted by Pipkin Pipkin wrote:

Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

Originally posted by Pipkin Pipkin wrote:

I hope the fans groups are considering making a statement today for the good of Irish football . 

Sentiment is unanimous. Time to do so ASAP

Time for fans voices to be heard at a pivotal time not wait for tennis balls in March

Can't speak for other groups but we'll obviously be making a statement after the accounts are published. 

Think today would be best for greatest impact but I’ll trust your judgment - hope the horse hasn’t bolted by then. Every politician in the country will be grandstanding tomorrow and statements could be lost amid the chaos. 

If Conway doesn’t announce he’s moving on tomorrow we’re goosed.

Would have to issue something after the accounts anyway, no point issuing something and then having to issue something else 24 hours, later.

Haven't any info but would be surprised if anything on that front is announced tomorrow, would expect if to go to the AGM. Just a gut feeling. 
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dead right to wait and see what comes out over the weekend. Digest what comes out and seek clarification  if needed. Then when your happy with everything work your magic.
Thanks for your time and dedication Tony.

All opinions are my own and have f**k all to do with Mullingar RISSC CRISC Ticket Office or the FAI
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To all members of the YBIG Independent Supporters Mandate,

As with many other stakeholders, the YBIG Independent Supporters Mandate are extremely concerned with the ongoing issues affecting the FAI and its impact on the sport across the country.

We were awaiting the publication of the KOSI report with interest and viewed that as an opportunity for the FAI and Sport Ireland to begin a new era of transparency as we try to discover exactly how poorly the organisation had been run over the last decade or more. 

While we appreciate that, if there was illegal activity taking place, it is right and proper that any individuals implicated should face appropriate sanction, the fact that the report remains unpublished means that we are still as in the dark about the circumstances that brought us to this point as we were at the start of the Governance Review Group process. This, in turn, has made it very difficult for the association to move forward and begin the path towards credibility.  

The accounts published today make for extremely grim reading and we are deeply concerned for the many good people working at grassroots level and the general staff of the FAI who are now facing into an uncertain future. We are examining the accounts in detail and it is reasonable to say that what has been published raises as many questions as it answers.

It has always been our belief that a complete clear-out of those who served on the board when the decisions that caused this situation were made is necessary and that remains our position. It is also imperative that the independent directors and chair requested in the GRG report are appointed as soon as possible and is very frustrating that this has yet to happen.

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