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Why I’ve no regrets about switching 2004 Ulster Championship final to Croke Park, explains GAA chief

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Out in the cold: Michael Greenan has not been invited to Croke Park in recent times. Credit: INPHO

Out in the cold: Michael Greenan has not been invited to Croke Park in recent times. Credit: INPHO

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Kieran McGeeney. Credit: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Kieran McGeeney. Credit: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

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Out in the cold: Michael Greenan has not been invited to Croke Park in recent times. Credit: INPHO

Even before the final pairing was known in June 2004, the Ulster Council made the decision to switch the Ulster football final to Croke Park.

Next Saturday they will once again be hosting their showpiece day in Dublin, and while the reasons are strikingly familiar; an opportunity to get more people to the game, the circumstances couldn’t be any more different with Coronavirus still casting a shadow over society.


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