FAI Hold Out On Cork License
The Independent Club Licensing Committee awarded 14 Premier Division licences, seven First Division licences and five Newstalk A Championship licences for the 2010 season.
|Premier Division||First Division||Newstalk A Championship|
|Bohemian FC||Athlone Town||Castlebar Celtic|
|Bray Wanderers||Derry City||Cobh Ramblers|
|Dundalk||Finn Harps||FC Carlow|
|Drogheda United||Tralee Dynamos|
|Galway United||Mervue United||Tullamore Town|
|Longford Town||Salthill Devon|
|Monaghan United||Wexford Youths|
|St. Patrick’s Athletic|
The Independent Club Licensing Committee has deferred its decision on Cork City until after the High Court case comes in for mention on Monday, February 22nd next.
In making its decision, the Independent Club Licensing Committee noted that one of the fundamental principles of club licensing is the protection of creditors such as club employees, other clubs and the Revenue.
The Independent Club Licensing Committee was made aware of a potential takeover which may result in commitments to creditors being honoured. As this takeover is dependent on the outcome of the High Court order, the Independent Committee felt it prudent to await that outcome and give maximum opportunity for creditors to be paid.
The application from FORAS has been deferred pending the outcome of the Cork City decision.
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