FAI chief John Delaney's biggest moments on YouTube
John Delaney has apologised for singing the republican song Joe McDonnell, the latest in a line of YouTube videos of the FAI chief executive.
Delaney apologised for any offence caused by his rendition of the Wolfe Tones song which is from the perspective of an IRA member who died on hunger strike in 1981. It was recorded in a Dublin bar and uploaded online.
The chief executive said in subsequent interviews that the video was added in a "sly" way, adding that it was not meant for anybody outside the singing group in the Bath pub in Dublin 4. Last night the Association backed Delaney saying they accepted the apology and praised his work in charge.
It is the latest in a long line of videos involving Delaney. Below are 10 most-watched videos of the Tipperary native on YouTube, all coming in the last four years.
2010 – Cheered by Irish fans for handing out free cans at train station before Ireland v Slovakia
2011 – Throws tie to fans in Skopje much to amusement of crowd
2011 – Free bar for fans in Talinn
2011 – Sing-song with Ray Houghton in Moscow night before Euro 2012 qualifier
2011 – Celebration v Estonia
2012 – Speech to Irish fans in Sopot
2012 – Celebrating with fans in Poznan
2012 – Singing 'Fields of Athenry' in Sopot
2012 - Carried by Irish fans in Sopot
2014 – Singing Joe McDonnell in Dublin bar
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