The Football Association of Ireland has released its accounts figures for 2018, which includes the financial package given to John Delaney on leaving the Association.
It comes as FAI President Donal Conway earlier announced he will be standing down at their EGM on January 25th.
The accounts have revealed former CEO John Delaney received a settlement of €462,000 in September.
This included a €372,000 contribution to Delaney's pension fund.
A further €90,000 was "payment in lieu of notice".
The 2018 FAI Accounts have been published and can be viewed here
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Earlier today, the President of the Football Association of Ireland Donal Conway announced he is to step down from his role.
Conway will depart the position at an FAI EGM on January 25th, 2020.
The Association are seeking nominations after December 29th for his replacement.
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Any person who is a serving member of the FAI Council and who has been a member of Council for two years, is eligible to be elected as President.
Delaney stepped down from his final role at the FAI as Executive Vice-President in September.
At the time, the FAI had stated that "the FAI will fulfill certain notice and pension obligations as agreed between the parties".