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GAA talks with Dublin archdiocese over stadium

The GAA held talks with the Archdiocese of Dublin to discuss the possibility of acquiring land for a new stadium in the city.

2nd August, 2008

The GAA held talks with the Archdiocese of Dublin to discuss the possibility of acquiring land for a new stadium in the city.

It is believed that the talks related to a proposed 30,000-seater stadium which would accommodate sports and other entertainment events. The talks took place some months ago and may now have ground to a halt because of the economic slowdown.

The archdiocese is reviewing options for the development of its land in...

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