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Ireland's state corporate watchdog begins legal action against the Irish FA after undisclosed loan furore Ireland's state corporate watchdog has begun legal action against the Irish FA  FAI board said they would step down over the undisclosed loan scandal  Last month the association acknowledged they had broken state funding rules  They failed to tell authorities about short-term loan to former CEO John Delaney  Auditors Deloitte said the association's accounts were not being properly kept 

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Published: 17:12 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 17:12 BST, 3 May 2019

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Ireland's state corporate watchdog has begun proceedings against Irish football's governing body, it said on Friday, weeks after the Football Association of Ireland's (FAI) board said it would step down in the wake of a furore over an undisclosed loan.

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