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TheGreatest

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Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« Reply #855 on: Today at 12:52:37 PM »
I am in also in favour of more equal wealth distribution. How to fix this issue is at your individual county board levels which you gain contact though your club pros. Leinster council and Croke park need to be lobbied.

How did Antrim get their recent funding plan approved?

Rather flippant.

We should be lobbying our Club Pro's to ask the Leinster Council not to show preferential treatment to Dublin?

I do despair sometimes.

How would you go about it if its not going to change automatically?

lobby club Pro's or post on GAA forum.

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Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« Reply #856 on: Today at 01:28:37 PM »
I am in also in favour of more equal wealth distribution. How to fix this issue is at your individual county board levels which you gain contact though your club pros. Leinster council and Croke park need to be lobbied.

How did Antrim get their recent funding plan approved?

Rather flippant.

We should be lobbying our Club Pro's to ask the Leinster Council not to show preferential treatment to Dublin?

I do despair sometimes.

How would you go about it if its not going to change automatically?

lobby club Pro's or post on GAA forum.

You think Dublin GAA got their funding by lobbying club PROs  ::)
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Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« Reply #857 on: Today at 01:34:26 PM »
I am in also in favour of more equal wealth distribution. How to fix this issue is at your individual county board levels which you gain contact though your club pros. Leinster council and Croke park need to be lobbied.

How did Antrim get their recent funding plan approved?

Rather flippant.

We should be lobbying our Club Pro's to ask the Leinster Council not to show preferential treatment to Dublin?

I do despair sometimes.

How would you go about it if its not going to change automatically?

lobby club Pro's or post on GAA forum.

Why should I have to 'go about it'? Is it not something the Leinster Council should be doing anyway?

I can't believe you want people to lobby to be treated equally. How far removed are you from reality?


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Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« Reply #858 on: Today at 02:13:40 PM »
The hard truth is they are not going to change it unless sufficient pressure is applied. That's what I am trying to say. Media outcry doesn't seem to be enough for them.

Also see above about delegate votes (11-1), that's why lobbying is required.