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Health crisis should not become new FAI civil war

Daniel McDonnell


There's little to be gained from draining debate on McCarthy/Kenny in this climate

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Uncertain times: The Aviva Stadium must wait until 2021 to host the Euros after it was put back a year. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Uncertain times: The Aviva Stadium must wait until 2021 to host the Euros after it was put back a year. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

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Uncertain times: The Aviva Stadium must wait until 2021 to host the Euros after it was put back a year. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

McCarthy or Kenny? That's the question that most of the Irish football public are asking in the aftermath of the decision to push Euro 2020 back to Euro 2021.

Never mind the impact of rescheduling a tournament that was supposed to generate serious money for our economy.

Never mind the uncertainty for the casual employees who had been hired to cope with the FAI's host status.