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
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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