🚨Pat McDonagh fires a nice little jibe at the GAA in what’s been a tough week .. 😬

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The owner of Supermac’s Pat McDonagh was speaking to the media yesterday after their dispute with the GAA over a harmless April fools day joke .. The Galway native said;

‘a storm in a teacup’.

“It went out on April 1 so everyone knew it was going to be an April Fools joke but unfortunately the headquarters of the GAA didn’t like it.

“On the bank holiday Monday, META took down our Facebook etc… at the end of the day it’s a storm in a teacup and I’m just surprised at how sensitive they were to get their legal team to contact META on a bank holiday Monday.”

In fairness McDonagh does have a point, should the GAA should have not just contacted Supermac’s instead of them trying to take down their account? Surely that would be a better approach ..

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    1. Agreed 100%, childish in the extreme. The GAA hierarchy are an embarrassment to the ordinary member, grow up lads.

  1. Pat is only interested in any thing that will turn a profit.
    Like Galway hurling and football.
    He would like his name to be McDonald.

  2. Meta and Facebook would take this down yet a genuine complaint gets their ok Evan though it is a scam advertising. Their reply to such a complaint generally goes as follows, this is not against or standards so enjoy these advertisments.

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