Pat Gilroy says TV rights choice will decide GAA’s future
Former Dublin boss says broadcast deal would plough cash into developing clubs around the world
If the GAA wants to be a global game then it has to sell its television rights and plough the money back into developing clubs in Ireland, London and New York, according to former Dublin manager Pat Gilroy.
Gilroy, who lives in London now, believes there is potential for the GAA to grow beyond Ireland’s shores.
“The GAA needs to decide what it wants for the next 100 years,” he told The Sunday...
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