Shamrock Rovers make generous offer to Michelle Mulherin and other politicians

There will be no more FOMO for Michelle Mulherin after Shamrock Rovers made a generous offer to fix her up with tickets.

Shamrock Rovers make generous offer to Michelle Mulherin and other politicians

Mulherin came to national attention last week when she complained about the GAA not automatically giving her the option to buy two All-Ireland final tickets.

Many questioned her sense of entitlement, given that Gaelic football fans up and down the country were crying out for tickets.

But the good folks of Shamrock Rovers are bigger-hearted than that and, to prove their sympathy for her position, they have offered her free tickets to their next home game.

Rovers take on Galway United in Tallaght Stadium on Friday September 23 and the club have offered not only Mulherin but all TDs and senators two free tickets to the Airtricity League fixture.

Galway United fan President Michael D Higgins was also included in the generous offer.

No response yet from Mulherin.


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