Sorry is the hardest word to say in the GAA and it's time that culture was changed for the future of the game
Published 22/04/2008 | 00:00
THERE was no apology from any officer of the Meath or Dublin County Boards about how their players behaved in Parnell Park on Sunday.
Neither was there any apology from any member of the Meath or Dublin team management regarding the major collapse in discipline of the 29 players involved in the fracas.
Nor have I heard one single player from either team make even a nodding acquaintance with an apology to their county, their supporters, their team management or even their own families with regard to Sunday's fiasco.