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Duffy: 'It's against the ethos of the GAA to run a dinner where the individual benefits. We don't do that'

12 October 2017 12:15
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Duffy: 'It's against the ethos of the GAA to run a dinner where the individual benefits. We don't do that'

Association may seek legal advice to stop future scenarios

When asked what the difference was between a testimonial dinner and players writing an autobiography or doing media work, Duffy added: "If you do an autobiography or punditry, you're not taking funds that could go to the GAA, if you're holding a major dinner you're going to the same people to support the dinner or testimonial as you would to support a club event.

"That's the big concern I would have. Plus the fact that it is against the ethos of the GAA to run a dinner where the individual benefits. We don't do that."

Source: independent.ie

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