The Football Association of Ireland has revealed it paid a €462,000 settlement to its former Chief Executive John Delaney.
The revelation was made this afternoon as the FAI published its 2018 accounts.
Delaney's payment was broken down into two parts:
- One 'payment in lieu of notice' amounting to €90,000.
- The rest of the money was made up by a €372,000 euro payment to Mr Delaney's pension fund.
The 2018 FAI Accounts have been published and can be viewed here
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Meanwhile, it was also revealed that the association has current net liabilities of €55 million.
The FAI has also announced that the debt on the Aviva Stadium won't be paid off until 2034.
That's opposed to 2020 as had been stated previously by John Delaney.