Finnian Moriarty

Finnian Moriarty: Time to bring the atmopshere back

DEAD…Empty grounds can lead to flat enouncters

GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has pleaded for the GAA to resist the temptation to use big stadiums that will struggle to be full.

The Armagh defender has said that the Association is shooting itself in the foot by opting for grounds that have far too big of a capacity for the game they are hosting.


“Should the venue be tight where fans and spectators can experience the sport so close to the elite, the atmosphere can carry players through tough stages, and create a fantastic experience for fans.”

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