Organisers of the Liam Miller benefit match will meet with GAA officials today
The location of the Liam Miller benefit match will be discussed today at a meeting between organisers of the event and GAA officials.
Chairman of the Liam Miller Benefit Event Michael O'Flynn confirmed that he and some of his committee colleagues will meet with GAA Director General Tom Ryan and GAA President John Horan.
Former Ireland international soccer player Liam Miller died in February aged 36 after a battle with cancer and the match is a fundraiser for his family.
The refusal by the GAA to allow the match to be played at Pairc Ui Chaoimh has attracted criticism.
In a statement, Mr Flynn said it's hoped they will be in a position to give an update following today's meeting.
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