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# John Costello
Dublin GAA chief: 'Worrying shift' in funding will result in job losses and sale of assets
Dublin GAA CEO John Costello says the “surreptitious shift in association policy” will cost the county €450,000 per annum.
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# Hitting Out
Dublin GAA chief: 'The tone, at times, was one of 'these lads should be arraigned for treason' '
John Costello has addressed the annual Dublin senior training session earlier this year in his annual report.
# statement
Dublin chief informs clubs they will press ahead with plans after Covid-19 case
Raheny’s Dublin SFC game against St Oliver Plunkett/Eoghan Ruadh was postponed at the weekend.
# Hitting Out
Dublin GAA chief slams RTÉ Prime Time funding programme in annual report
John Costello also called on the Government to address the lack of land available in the capital to develop facilities for GAA clubs.
# Shake It Up
John Costello: 'It is neither the root of all fixture-making evil or a panacea for football’s ills'
The Dublin secretary addresses some of the burning topics in the GAA.
# Building For The Future
Stop the 'city of concrete': Dublin GAA want government to sell Nama land to sports clubs
The Dubs are hoping to break ground in mid-2019 on their new base at the Spawell Complex.
# Hitting Out
No 'microchips' or 'wires' discovered - Dublin chief responds to critics of All-Ireland winners
John Costello has launched a typically robust defence of the champions in his annual report.
# Case for defence
'Repetitive' and 'misinformed' - Dublin GAA chief hits out at criticism of All-Ireland winners
John Costello has pulled no punches in his annual report.
# response
Carton's recent Dublin hurling allegations 'totally wide of the mark', say county board
CEO John Costello says that Dublin top brass deal with both codes in a “fair and impartial manner.”
# slim pickings
Dublin 'harshly judged' by claiming just 6 All-Star awards after stunning 2016 season
County board CEO John Costello believes the Sky Blues should have had more players listed in the annual selection.
# Report
Darragh Ó Sé slammed for 'mean-spirited' remarks about Diarmuid Connolly
Dublin county board CEO John Costello has criticised Kingdom legend Ó Sé in his wide-ranging annual report.
# Debate
'The notion shouldn't be completely laughed out' - Dublin secretary on black card in hurling
John Costello thinks the black card might need to be introduced to hurling.
# Telly Talk
GAA needs to handle pay-per-view talk carefully, Dubs warn
“Overall we must ensure a greater spread of wealth from central coffers,” writes John Costello in his annual report.
# bluebloods
Splitting Dublin would be catastrophic for GAA, insists county chief
John Costello has responded to calls from the likes of Colm O’Rourke to split the capital.
# Champs
'Dublin's victory seems to bring 'Anyone But The Dubs' out in greater numbers'
Secretary John Costello has taken critics of the county to task after September’s All-Ireland final win.
# Young Guns
Back to school: O'Dwyer wants to learn from Dublin's rising stars
Ryan O’Dwyer can’t speak highly enough of wing-forward Danny Sutcliffe, even if the youngster is “an absolute headcase”.
# SOS
Vodafone drop Dublin sponsorship for charity
The shirt sponsor will cede their promotional rights to mental health charity Suicide or Survive for Dublin’s league openers.
# Blue is the Colour
Saturday Night Lights: Dubs return to Croker for 2012 "Spring Series"
Dublin GAA have announced details of three Croke Park double-headers for the 2012 National Football and Hurling League campaigns.
# Dubs
Blue is the colour: Dubs standing firm despite criticism of strategic plan
“There will always be a cohort that tries to belittle ambition and approaches such issues with a closed mind,” writes Dublin secretary John Costello in his annual report.
# Forward Thinking
Dublin GAA chief calls for revamp of All-Ireland football championship
In his report to Dublin’s annual convention next Monday night, John Costello says that a fresh approach is needed to ‘breathe new life’ into the championship.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Robbie Keane could be reunited with a former manager in January, Ulster looking for options as weather bites and G-Mac picks up another award.