Bernard Brogan argues GAA games behind closed doors are better than nothing

Recently-retired Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan has criticised arguments suggesting GAA games should not be played behind closed doors.

In recent weeks, the top brass in Croke Park have suggested that top level Gaelic football and hurling action should not return until a point when spectators are able to attend.

This comes as the FAI and IRFU plot a return of top-level action in closed stadiums.

Brogan took to social media to say: “This playing behind closed doors debate is baffling me.

“Fans are obviously amazing and I loved every drop of atmosphere they created but I would take your hand off to represent my county again, spectators or not! We play because we love the game end of. Am I missing something?”

This playing behind closed doors debate is baffling me! Fans are obviously amazing and I loved every drop of atmosphere they created but I would take your hand off to represent my county again, spectators or not! We play because we love the game end of, Am I missing something?

Nonetheless, games taking place with supporters locked out doesn’t appear to be on the GAA’s agenda.

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