Barry Cahill has told 98FM Sport it might be time for the GAA to start recording all challenge matches between inter-county teams to avoid anymore controversial incidents.
Cahill's comments come in the aftermath of the incident which saw Dublin forward Davey Byrne hospitalised for a couple of days after he was involved in an altercation with an opposition player when the Dubs played Armagh.
Both county boards were slapped with €5000 fines by the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee but avoided suspenisions due to lack of video footage.
Speaking ahead of his next appearance on 98FM's Dublin Talks GAA this Friday night, Cahill called on the GAA to start recording games in the future
You can listen here to the full interview with 98FM Sport's Stephen Doyle.
The lads discuss the Dublin county board's failed bid for the Spawell site, Dublin 15 the hotbed of Dublin football superstars and why some current Dubs may be sweating over the Fermanagh game
Cahill and Bryan Cullen will be live in The Carpenter pub in Carpenterstown with Stephen and comedian Eric Lalor this Friday night, tickets are limited....CLICK HERE for more details!