Watch: Delegates debate  Donegal motion to stop Dublin playing two Super 8s games in Croke Park

Without naming the Dubs, Donegal chairman Mick McGrath said it was unfair that Croke Park be used as a home venue when it is used as the ground for the neutral round in the Super 8s.

Dublin secretary John Costello spoke out against the motion, stating that if it went through, the champions would have to use the 8,500-capacity Parnell Park as a home venue.

Former GAA president and current MEP for Ireland South Sean Kelly also spoke out opposing the motion saying that any team that wants to win the All-Ireland should want to beat Dublin in Croke Park.

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