Kieran O’Connor has been elected as the new president of the Football Association of Wales (FAW) for a three-year term.
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Kieran O’Connor has been elected as the new president of the Football Association of Wales (FAW), succeeding David Griffiths, who will now become a life vice-president of the association.
The election took place at a meeting of the FAW Council in Deganwy.
Kieran O’Connor has been involved in football since 1970, and was a former Class A referee, before joining the Welsh Football League management committee in 1985, where he currently holds the positions of treasurer and assistant secretary.
Away from football, O'Connor has been a qualified chartered secretary for more than three decades, working with a number of public companies and small businesses across Wales. He also has specialist training in corporate law, finance, governance and management.