Blood succeeds Corcoran as FAI president


United Churches League representative David Blood has been elected to the position of president of the Football Association of Ireland in succession to the outgoing Milo Corcoran, while Maurice Fleming and Eddie Murray have taken up the roles of vice-president and honorary treasurer respectively.

The elections took place at the FAIís Annual General Meeting in Waterford at the weekend.


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