The annual campaign to get the Dubs out of Croke Park at least once during the summer has really stepped up a notch this year. There is a growing sense that the status quo will not hold much longer.
Last week's heated debate between Colm Parkinson and Leinster Council chairman John Horan sparked a great deal of comment, the overwhelming majority of it siding with the argument of the former.
And now senior officials within the GAA are breaking ranks. And it doesn't get any more senior than the President.
Aogan O Fearghail, in his first year as President, says that the Dubs should travel wherever the draw dictates.
Dublin should be like any other county. They should take the luck of the draw and play wherever the draw brings them. I know the Dublin players would welcome that too and I think the supporters around the country do.
I’ve seen Dublin in Clones, I’ve seen them in Longford, it’s been good for everybody. As far as I’m concerned, I think Dublin should be the exact same as Carlow. Wherever the luck of the draw brings you, away you go.