Former FAI Chief Executive Says Association Should Consider Selling Stake In Aviva Stadium
European football's governing body UEFA has reportedly recommended the FAI sell its ownership
The move comes as the Association's cash-flow crisis continues, according to the Irish Independent.
It comes after it was revealed yesterday that John Foley turned down the role of interim Chief Executive, and the government continues to withhold funding.
Former FAI CEO Bernard O'Byrne believes selling off the Aviva Stadium stake is a suggestion worth thinking about:
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