Fogarty decries 'dictatorship'
The selector said in his statement: “If decisions are made in a club or indeed in any workplace by one party that affect another party, without consultation and sensible discussion... Some people call it dictatorship.”
Fogarty went on to point out: “Recently we have seen various members of team managements speaking out against the new match regulations while it appears that their elected delegates to central council either voted in favour of the regulations or did not speak out against them. What is going on? Where is the consultation even within counties?”
The Kilkenny man added: “Telling others how to do their job [when you really haven’t a clue what that job involves] is a common failing and cause of resentment in many walks of life.
“Many of the people making these regulations, even though they do not realise it, are miles removed from the reality of what is involved in working with teams or else they just do not care.
“If they did care