Ex-CEO of FAI John Delaney and partner Emma English at the Aviva in 2015; tennis balls thrown onto the pitch at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday night
UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against the FAI relating to the tennis ball protest which took place during the 1-0 win over Georgia.
The charge? “Throwing of objects”
Case will be dealt with on May 16.
— Ryan Kelly (@ryandelarge) March 28, 2019
Ireland fans get their own FA charged by UEFA for throwing tennis balls on pitch to protest against embattled FAI official John Delaney (he’s leaving CEO role but getting to become Vice President despite controversies)
— Rob Harris (@RobHarris) March 28, 2019
A day in the week of John Delaney:
His second employer, now investigating his first employer, for not controlling order and security during a protest about him.
Life comes at you fast. https://t.co/YiIfd54eh8
— The Opel Jersey (@TheOpelJersey) March 27, 2019
Previously: New Balls, Please