JOHN FOGARTY: Sound judgment could avoid another embarrassing U-turn

It goes without saying that the most remarkable line from last Friday’s GAA statement concerning their initial decision to say no to the Liam Miller charity soccer game at Páirc Uí Chaoimh was the admission they had sought legal advice to substantiate their point.

GAA director general Tom Ryan, left, and GAA president John Horan speaking after Dublin's Super 8 win over Tyrone in Omagh.

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