Not true. It's also a requirement for the ladies, minors and U21 county matches so the regalia can get quite a few outings over the course of the year.Or the time when the visiting Taiwanese students were tricked into forking over €160 each, thinking full blown Nazi regalia was de rigueur for mere club matches (it is not, it is only indicated for Senior county matches)
That's pretty Nazi of you, if I must say so.Simple solution, lifetime ban for future Nazism
Past Nazis will be given an amnesty if they come forward and promise no more Nazi, either at matches, or elsewhere
Cork GAA officers condemn flying of Confederate flag
i don't think anyone would disagree with you, (except maybe the better or worse bit), but what's it got to do with Cork fans flying the confederate flag?the point I am making is that Ireland was run from London in 1917, and the Confederates ran the south in the 1860's. They were the "Governments" in charge- for better or worse.