Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has hit out at the GAA saying “Liam Miller’s family are currently being treated without dignity by the GAA authorities in Cork.”
Kenny was speaking in his programme notes ahead of Dundalk’s Europa League second-round game against AEK Larnaca this evening.
The Dundalk boss was highly critical of the GAA and outlined how he supported the comments of Damien Duff during the week claiming that “when he called the GAA Committee dinosaurs he was doing dinosaurs a disservice.”
The full programme notes can be read below.
Stephen Kenny has his say on Mesut Ozil, Liam Miller and Oriel Park. You can add Drogheda to the list of government funded stadiums now… pic.twitter.com/Jv4Kw7tfe1
— Gavin McLaughlin (@DundalkSport) July 26, 2018
Kenny also addresses the Mesut Ozil situation supporting the German midfielder saying that he was “treated poorly” by the German football authorities.
In addition, the Dundalk manager touches upon a number of other topics including government-funded stadiums and the tough tie the Lilywhite’s face against AEK Larnaca at Oriel Park this evening.