Linfield are alright Jack

Whether or not the Maze goes ahead or other options it seems Linfield will still be sitting pretty. The IFA signed a 100 year agreement in the 1980’s but apparently failed to include basic opt-out clauses. It may even be a unique agreement:

“…the issue of “termination wasn’t sufficiently addressed”. Dermot Rooney, a specialist commercial negotiator, said that there “wasn’t a precedent” for this type of agreement.”

UPDATE The IFA has decided that today is a good time to start blaming the politicians.

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