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    AID CHARITY GOAL has this evening announced the appointment of former junior minister Barry Andrews as its new chief executive.
    The former Dún Laoghaire TD, who is currently Fianna Fáil’s director of elections for the Children’s Rights referendum, will take up his position shortly.
    Andrews, 45, who is a son of former minister David Andrews and a cousin of broadcaster Ryan Tubridy, succeeds John O’Shea at the helm of the charity which O’Shea himself founded in 1977.
    GOAL chairman Pat O’Mahony said Andrews would begin his tenure by meeting with international donors, governments and senior staff in the 12 countries in which the body operates.
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    This country is badly in need of a Lutherian nailing of the 95 theses on the church door moment
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    LOL@ maFFia charity chief: "one for me, one for Goal, one for me....."

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    Goal is a private organisation, its their business who they appoint. Barry Andrews is a very likable person, hopefully it means he won't run in the next election (I gave him a preference in the last one)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKELLY View Post
    This country is badly in need of a Lutherian nailing of the 95 theses on the church door moment
    Perhaps you could explain in 95 words or more why you have come to that conclusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKELLY View Post
    This country is badly in need of a Lutherian nailing of the 95 theses on the church door moment
    Kathleen O'Meara a failed TD, another of the genre

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat View Post
    Goal is a private organisation, its their business who they appoint. Barry Andrews is a very likable person, hopefully it means he won't run in the next election (I gave him a preference in the last one)
    rubbish, the state funds Goal to the tune of millions of Euros, it got 17m from the state in 2010

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    Good appointment. He will improve the standing of Goal and reduce the standing of FF. Goal's gain is FF's loss. He obviously sees no way back for FF and refused the offer from ither parties.

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    FF
    Peter Power UNICEF Ireland
    Barry Andrews GOAL
    Angela Kerins Rehab

    Lab
    Fergus Finlay Barnardos

    who, where, next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grassroots View Post
    Good appointment. He will improve the standing of Goal and reduce the standing of FF. Goal's gain is FF's loss. He obviously sees no way back for FF and refused the offer from ither parties.
    feel sorry for the Uganda lads, how are they going to live with a FF hack running the show.

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