Tag: fai

Court Hears John Delaney Still An Awful Prick

FORMER FAI CEO John Delaney has made the news again today as part of an ongoing OCDE investigation into the financial affairs of the FAI during his disastrous tenure. The court heard of arrangements made by the corporate watchdog to clarify the nature of some documents and files with Delaney, who is currently residing and… Read more »

John Aldridge Hired To Yell At FAI Chiefs

A SLEW of familiar faces has been drafted in to help right the course of the FAI’s stricken ship, including the veteran Republic Of Ireland striker John Aldridge, who will join the boardroom in a ‘bollocking everyone in sight’ role. Aldridge, 61, is hoping that some of the classic yelling and screaming he showcased in… Read more »

FAI Fined €5m After Republic Of Ireland Score Twice

THE FAI is to appeal a €5m UEFA fine following last night’s Euro 2020 qualifier which saw Ireland win by more goals than they’re legally allowed to, WWN can confirm. As stipulated in an age-old ruling, the Republic Of Ireland are only permitted to partake in scoreless draws or hard-fought one-nil victories, on top of being allowed to lose by… Read more »

Delaney Lodged In FAI Like Dogshit On Football Boots

AN internal report conducted by the FAI has found that former CEO John Delaney seems to be permanently lodged like dogshit on football boots with no solution being recommended as to how remove it/him. “He’s wedged right in there and seems to have dried up to produce an almost concrete texture, making it almost impossible to scrape… Read more »