Ex-GAA president says Dublin funding debate ‘should have begun years ago’
The Dubs’ Leinster dominance makes it ‘impossible to see who could challenge them’, says Nickey Brennan
The debate over the GAA‘s funding of Gaelic games in Dublin should have started a decade ago, according to a former president of the association.
Dublin have won 15 of the last 16 Leinster football finals and are on course for their sixth All-Ireland title in a row this year. The team‘s dominance has raised questions about how much money it should get from GAA central funding.
The debate reached a peak last...
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