Donal Conway is expected to be reappointed as the president of the Football Association of Ireland today - despite opposition from the Sports Minister and Sports Ireland.
He's the only candidate who'll go before members at today's AGM.
Last weekend, the FAI held an extraordinary general meeting, after governance and financial issues arose at the organisation earlier this year.
It agreed to make changes to its constitution after recommendations from the Governance Review Group.
They include changes to the board structure - it will now include 12 people, including four independent members, six nominated directors and at least four females.
At the AGM in Trim this morning, members will hear of those changes.
They'll also appoint a new president.
However, Donal Conway is set to remain in the role as he's the only candidate nominated.
Sports Minister Shane Ross asked him to stand aside.
Minister Ross claimed an unopposed re-election would fall short of the 'transparency and democracy' expectations of the Association.
He called for "new leadership with credible reform credentials, in the best interests of football".
However, Mr Conway has refused to withdraw his nomination.
FIFA and UEFA, meanwhile, voices 'serious concerns' regarding the Minister's letter - saying organisations such as the FAI are obliged to "manage their affairs independently and without undue influence from any third party".
Today's AGM is being held at the Knightsbrook hotel in Trim.
No accounts will be presented at the meeting because of ongoing issues.