It was confirmed after Ireland's 1-0 win over Gibraltar on Saturday night that John Delaney would stand aside as chief executive of the FAI.
Delaney's financial relationship with the organisation had come under scrutiny as it was revealed that he had written a cheque for €100,000 to the FAI in April 2017, and had invoiced them for a similar amount two months later.
Delaney's new role with the FAI will be that of executive vice-president.
What's next for him, and for the FAI?
Sinead O'Carroll, news editor with thejournal.ie, Kieran Cunningham, chief sports writer with the Irish Daily Mail, Stuart Gilhooly, solicitor for the Players Football Association of Ireland (PFAI), Éamon Dunphy of The Stand podcast and former FAI chief executive Fran Rooney joined us for an in-depth discussion.