"Ultimately, that’s up to counties if they want to bring a motion and there may well be interest out there, I suspect there is in bringing a motion to consider that Croke Park shouldn’t be used essentially for Dublin quarter-finals as a neutral venue," he told RTÉ Sport.
"I don’t think it was for CCC to make that call. The CCC for instance consider for All-Ireland semi-finals that Dublin, in Croke Park, is a neutral venue.
"If the broader association in Congress want to make that decision that for quarter-finals, it shouldn’t be considered a neutral venue then that’s fine, we’ll work with that. But it’s something we felt was a matter for Congress and not for CCC."
Each team in the ‘Super 8’s’ plays one home fixture, one away fixture, and one of the Super 8 games at Croke Park - that. We use it as our ‘home’ fixture. McGill is talking about moving the ‘neutral’ fixture. I don’t agree with this. The neutral fixture is a chance for everybody to play a game at Croke Park. If they are dissatisfied with us playing two games at Croke Park then the ‘home’ game should be the one to move - and to Parnell Park.