Crisis at Goal: Anti-fraud measures did not keep pace as organisation grew too big too fast
Under the stewardship of former chief executive Barry Andrews, Goal's operations grew at an incredible rate.
In 2014, the organisation spent €106m on aid programmes in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, Central America and India.
By the following year spending had mushroomed to €198m. Much of the increase was due to the crisis in Syria and the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.