Brennan proposes Dublin as Uefa Cup final venue

Minister for Arts, Sports and Tourism, Seamus Brennan met Michel Platini, the former French football captain and current president of Uefa, as part of an effort to bring the Uefa Cup final to Dublin.

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Ian Kehoe

16th February, 2008

Minister for Arts, Sports and Tourism, Seamus Brennan met Michel Platini, the former French football captain and current president of Uefa, as part of an effort to bring the Uefa Cup final to Dublin.

Brennan met Platini at a recent function, and told him he hoped that Uefa would ‘‘do Ireland the honour’’ of bringing the Uefa Cup final to the new Lansdowne Road. Brennan sent a senior official from his department to accompany Uefa...

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