By Press Association Sport Staff
Published: 00:48 BST, 16 April 2019 | Updated: 00:48 BST, 16 April 2019
Football Association of Ireland executive vice-president John Delaney has offered to resign, the governing body has confirmed.
Delaney, 51, told an FAI board meeting on Monday that he will voluntarily step aside with immediate effect 'pending the completion of an independent investigation by the Association into issues of concern to the board'.
FAI honorary secretary Michael Cody and honorary treasurer Eddie Murray have also resigned.
Football Association of Ireland executive vice-president John Delaney has offered to resign
Delaney recently gave up his role of chief executive with the governing body following the controversy surrounding an undisclosed loan of 100,000 Euros that he had paid to the FAI in 2017.
'John Delaney has offered to voluntarily step aside from carrying out his role as Executive Vice-President with immediate effect pending the completion of an independent