Capital gains as the rest left languishing

If Dublin win today, they will do so with vast financial resources at their backs, to the detriment of all around them

18th September, 2016
Privileged position: Dublin are hot favourites today against Mayo Picture: Sportsfile

T oday, a team that is treated favourably on a grand scale should, and in all likelihood will, win the most coveted title in Irish sport. Just consider that for a few moments before moving on as it will make you realise what is right before our eyes.

Don’t for a second think the financial advantage that has enveloped Dublin and is destroying the game is in some way different in terms of its effect...

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