Mr Delaney is still being paid his €120,000-per-year salary as executive vice-president and has use of a company car. But following the fallout from his gardening leave departure on Monday, the embattled former CEO has been ordered to stop using his phone and his credit card. Mr Delaney travelled to Germany this week to join a delegation from the Leinster Football Association (LFA) on a representative trip with a youth team. The 51-year-old is there in a personal capacity after being invited by the LFA, with the FAI asserting its ex-CEO is not on duty for it. Leinster FA had extended the invite to Mr Delaney before the recent crisis that led to the FAI’s new executive v ice-president ‘voluntarily stepping aside’ from his position. A statement from the FAI has confirmed that Mr Delaney is not active on behalf of the association this week. “The board of the Football Association of Ireland can confirm that John Delaney is not on FAI business in Germany or anywhere else,” the Abbotstown spokesperson said. It’s understood that Mr Delaney took up the offer to go to Germany to get a break from the crisis at home which kicked off a month ago… Read full this story
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