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 Michael Feery: Croke Park, Bloody Sunday


Jervis

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The RTE programme that has been shown on the link above, covers Feery

 

I found the track by "his" actor in the programme and listened to it. I have no idea on the truth nor the quality of the research behind the RTE rendering of the events at Croke Park, but the actor voices the thought that Feery was inside Croke Park because he was selling team scarves, had not managed to sell them before the match and wanted to clear his stock, so bought a ticket and went into the ground

 

Can anyone with more insight that I comment on the veracity of the scarf story , or is that just conjecture to try to explain why he was there

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