Donal Conway will serve a four-year term as president of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) after his election by acclamation.
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Donal Conway has been elected by acclamation as the new president of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) at the association's general assembly. He will serve a four-year term.
The former school principal, who was previously FAI vice-president, succeeds the outgoing president Tony Fitzgerald.
Conway served as chairman of the Underage Committee, and was also a key figure behind the FAI’s design and implementation of its player development plan.
He has also played an important role in elevating standards in the schools, child welfare, and education departments.