Emmet Ryan: We boycott to help those who suffer
Despite the joy of Euro 2016, Ireland should not to enter the next two World Cups
Ireland isn't going to change Russia's policy on denying rights to LGBT people. It also is unlikely to make Qatar into a bastion of equality any time soon. That's Ireland, the whole country and all of its diplomatic might. The football team? It's got even less power.
On the face of it, a boycott of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will only hurt the sport in Ireland. Football will be taking the hits and...
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