Davy Fitz Urges the GAA & Government to Open Up More – “The size of Croke Park is more than able”

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Wexford played Kilkenny yesterday in the semi-final of Leinster at Croke Park and it was an absolutely cracking game and credit has to go to both sides for putting on such a show. There were 8,000 fans in addidence but the Wexford manager thinks the GAA and Government have to do more in getting more fans at the games.

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“The size of Croke Park is more than able to cope for 8,000 safely. Out in the open, we all know transmission won’t happen too freely. We need to really have a look at [crowd sizes].

I would urge the Government to let people out and about in the fresh air. I think Croke Park can do it, I think other stadiums can do it. Even the people there today, they were on the edge of their seats.

My own personal view is I’d love to see it open up a small bit. I don’t think we’ll get back anything full for a while, but we could maybe go a small bit more. The GAA isn’t anything without the supporter.

We need the supporter there. The difference between last year’s championship and what we played out there, it is massive.”

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