Mayo manager James Horan says it's outrageous that full panels are not allowed into stadiums on match-day.
He feels players are being taken for granted over restrictions around match-day panels for the 2020 championship.
One of the provisos of the championship in a Covid-environment is that only those on the 26-player matchday squads are allowed into stadiums along with 12 members of the management and backroom team for counties.
It means that those on the extended panel are not permitted to go to the game, something which was raised by Limerick Hurling Manager John Kiely in recent weeks.
James Horan has been telling Midwest Sport that it's not fair on players that have given over a decade of service in some cases to their county to be not allowed in on match-day.