The largest sporting organisation in Ireland and the one most likely to put the most ‘bums on seats’ (and, ergo, generate most revenue) in any new multi-sports stadium, the Gaelic Athletic Association, has firmly ruled out support for a stadium sited in Belfast. The news comes as troubled DUP DCAL Minister, Edwin Poots, continues to face internal opposition from within the DUP at the proposals for the Maze/ Long Kesh site. UPDATE …OR so the Minister says. As George has pointed out, the reported comments attributed to the GAA have been made by Edwin Poots today.
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