like everyone else here i have a right to post even if I don't buy in to group think or sky blue blinkered glasses though, and i enjoy informed debate with many knowledgeable posters here
born in Cork, played juvenile football and hurling in Dublin, then Longford and Leitrim and all my adult life in Dublin. Happy now Hill16blues and apologies if I dont fit into your myopic narrow view of who is involved in Dublin GAA. The joys of having a father whose career suffered several enforced moves of house.
I remain a proud GAA man who is actively involved 7 days a week in Dublin GAA and enjoys it. To me GAA is much more than Jim Gavin or Dermot Connolly or biased supporters from any county or club.
so can you be as frank in return