there are pros and cons to do it that, but plans are afoot.
depending on my mood/time available i veer between doing a detailed breakdown of his guff and ignoring it. This time last year I had plans to do proper research in Croke Park and with Sports Council Ireland. Croke Park were fine, no bother, SCI never even responded.
Alan does have a very valid point in the DCB ignoring him.
Why bother fueling the guy and his - if you count them - very very small band of online afficionardos. You wouldnt quarter fill the church end of PP with them, but the internet being what it is every post/voice looks equal to others even when they are far from it.
Sometimes I feel like going for it, but unllike Captain Pugwash that isnt my full time gig. I have a proper, full time, often stressful job and i indulge in GAA to get a break from it, not to dip into more aggro. what little time i have to my self is taken up in marathon training. I do have a couple of ideas in mind and there may be a nice Res Dubs counterstrike before years out, but you know it was July last year when I asked him to point out the “innaccuracies” in that post and I am still waiting.
TL:DR - as i have said loads of times, the powers that be know his argument is guff, so they ignore him. His “supporters” for some rerason do not seem to be actually members of the GAA - much like the man himself - or else they would be getting motions through clubs and counties into congress or at least into county boar/club agendas.
the point really is that both @jaden and myself - and others - have made the counterpoint often enough. the fact that gaa media (although i have been indirectly approached by a newspaper) choose to look away says it all. It is an agenda.