Costs, controversies and the courts: Why the redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh is heading to the High Court
Having been blighted by overruns, the fall-out from the redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh into a 45,000-capacity stadium is now increasingly litigious, with several legal actions taken. Just what is going on?
9th Dec, 2022 - 2 min read
Paul Flynn: No other sporting organisation would have done what the GAA did this summer. That may be a strength or a weakness
All around the world, sporting organisations are sending players out to play more and more matches except in one place, where they have cut the money-spinning season back to six months. Nobody else would surrender so much of the season.
6th Aug, 2022 - 5 min read
Paul Flynn: The All-Ireland championship is the GAA’s greatest asset and if they don’t invest in it, they risk squandering it
There are no certainties in sport and the lack of marketing around the new inter-county season increases the chances of a revolution in the game.
30th Apr, 2022 - 6 min read
Paul Flynn: Everybody had all the answers when Dublin were winning everything, but now there’s just a lot of questions
Dublin are struggling for a collective purpose and the anchors that held Jim Gavin's side together no longer hold, but there is still one thing that could make them a force.