The Football Association of Ireland have pushed back their AGM until September.

Irish football's governing body say they've "rescheduled in line with COVID-19 restrictions" and say the move will allow time for auditors Grant Thornton to prepare accounts.

The F-A-I has sought further financial assistance from the government to ensure their "continued viability".

The association's board chairman Roy Barrett has also informed council members that an EGM will be held in the "near future" to make changes to their rule book and constitution.

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