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Focus should be on GAA lawbreakers rather than the lawmakers

Tom Dempsey


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Players and officials from Armagh and Galway become embroiled in a row as they make their way to the dressing rooms in Croke Park. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Players and officials from Armagh and Galway become embroiled in a row as they make their way to the dressing rooms in Croke Park. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Players and officials from Armagh and Galway become embroiled in a row as they make their way to the dressing rooms in Croke Park. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile

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To disciplinary matters first, and the last thing the GAA needed was the controversy witnessed in Croke Park on Sunday.

Coming so quickly after ‘Claregate’, the Galway versus Armagh game has thrown out a headache that I would not like to be sorting out and, in this case, I have sympathy for the rule makers who have a tough couple of weeks ahead.


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