Calls have been made for intercounty matches to be returned to free to air tb following the decision to streaming next weekend's All Ireland Series solely on GAA GO.
Deputy Alan Dillon, former Mayo captain and two-time GAA All Star says that the GAA’s five-year deal with the online platform should be scrapped.
GAAGO was launched in 2014 as an online streaming service to allow audience and Irish diaspora worldwide watch live gaelic football and hurling.
The Fine Gael Deputy says that factors such as inadequate broadband and the cost of living crisis will make it more difficult for people to watch those games.
There are also issues for the elderly in downloading the app on devices, in turn creating problems for them in accessing the website and live GAA games.
Deputy Alan Dillon spoke to Midwest Radio's Tommy Marren this morning, and he says that games need to be returned to free-to-air channels and supporters should not have to suffer....