Government intervenes in controversy over Liam Miller tribute match
Minister for Sport Brendan Griffin has confirmed that he is 'actively engaged' with the GAA, after the organisation reiterated its decision to prevent the Liam Miller charity match being staged at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork following legal advice
The government has intervened in the row over the GAA’s controversial decision to prevent the hosting of a charity match in aid of the family of the late Ireland football international Liam Miller at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork.
Minister for Sport Brendan Griffin has confirmed that he is “actively engaged” with the GAA over the impasse, after the organisation reiterated its decision to prevent the fixture being staged at the 45,000-capacity stadium...
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