Ireland’s Delaney leaves UEFA exco role

By Andrew Warshaw

January 21 – As the Rolling Stones famously sung, it’s all over now.  John Delaney (pictured), the flamboyant Irishman who strode European football’s corridors of power until being forced to resign as chief executive of his federation (FAI) 10 months ago,  has finally given up his position on the UEFA Executive Committee.

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Exclusive: Lekjaa talks on CAF’s cash, contracts and FIFA relations

Fouzi Lekjaa, the 49-year-old Director of National Budget in Morocco’s Ministry of Finance, wears a few important football hats. He’s President of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) and second Vice-President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), as well as being the Chairman of CAF’s Finance Committee. In an exclusive interview Lekjaa spoke to Osasu Obayiuwana

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