O'Connell swaps central bank for sporting role

FEATURE - Central banks aren't the only ones to hold gold. The Brazilian World Cup football team will tell you that, and they've got plenty in reserves over the years. But CentralBankNet learns that the, oh so, unlucky Irish team are set to receive help, and from a former central bank governor no less.

By CentralBankNet's Editor, Jeremy Dyer.

The Football Association of Ireland has confirmed that former governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Maurice O'Connell, will oversee a review of the

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