Croke Park's catch 42
It is not in Liam Mulvihill's nature to flirt with controversy or court publicity.
It is not in Liam Mulvihill's nature to flirt with controversy or court publicity. For the past 26 years, the director general of the GAA has quietly managed the largest sporting organisation in the country.
He is understated and reticent to the point that it sometimes irks. He never speaks out of turn, and prefers to operate in the shadows. In an organisation as overtly political as the GAA, it says a lot that Mulvihill's position...
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