Sunday August 9, 2020

The GAA must never be for sale

The sports association represents the last vestige of Irish community spirit fighting against the all-embracing scourge of the professional era.

15th December, 2007

The sports association represents the last vestige of Irish community spirit fighting against the all-embracing scourge of the professional era.

Most regular readers of this column will be aware of my feelings about professional sport.

Perhaps I’m the last of the sentimental Corinthians, but these days, differentiating sport from a global multinational business has become increasingly difficult.

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