Kennedy and deputy forced to resign at Irish Football Association

By Duncan Mackay
British Sports Internet Writer of the Year

July 5 – Raymond Kennedy has resigned as President of the Irish Football Association (IFA), along with his deputy David Martin, after they were blamed for costing the organisation more than half-a-million pounds with the controversial sacking of Howard Wells as chief executive in October 2008.

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