Tennis Ireland have questions to answer over Euro 2016 tickets

The former arch executive of Tennis Ireland, Des Allen, says it is adult to a house of a ruling physique to explain how tickets were procured from a FAI for final summer’s European Championships in France. Allen’s call came after a Workplace Relations Commission ruled that Tennis Ireland had acted unlawfully in appointing Richard Fahey, a chartering officer during a FAI, as Allen’s inheritor as CEO in November. An catastrophic candidate, Dave Miley, had taken a box to a WRC formed on age discrimination.

Allen himself perceived tickets for a Euros from a FAI and afterwards upheld them on to a Tennis Ireland president, Clifford Carroll, who attended during slightest one of a games with a series of others. “Over new months we have refrained…

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