Cork supporters sometimes wave the Confederate flag during inter-county football and hurling matches due to the county's association with rebellion.
Mick Finn said, in wake of Charlottesville riots, flag associated with white supremacists “is not a political statement”
Cork GAA team’s fans continued to hold flag high, the day after deaths at white-supremacist rally in Virginia.
Cork GAA fans and Red Hand Defenders paramilitary group are named for flying Confederate flag.
Sean Galvin was born in Bandon, County Cork and grew up playing soccer, Gaelic football, hurling and rugby.
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