Dublin GAA fans have released another statement regarding their boycott of retail facilities in Croke Park after the banning of the large Dublin flag from the stadium.
The flag was traditionally displayed half an hour before games and passed along Hill 16.
The ban has come on safety grounds, with the GAA and Dublin Fire Brigade deeming it a fire safety risk, while also saying that the flag infringes on the view of fans on the Hill.
Dublin supporters have refuted these claims, saying that the flag is certifiably non-flammable, poses no safety risks, and is removed from the Hill a maximum of five minutes before the games begin, thereby not masking the view of any supporters.
They wrote on Facebook this evening:
"The removal of the large perspex screen, the continued blocking of stairwells and emergency exits on Hill 16 coupled with the continued sanitisation of colour and support in our National Stadium are just some concerns we would like to see addressed by the GAA.
"For too long we have complained and stood idly by as the GAA used the health and safety card when it suited them. Now is the time for action and we hope all supporters will join us in making a stand and stick together on this.
"With that in mind, we are once again calling on all Dublin supporters attending tomorrow's All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter Final v Monaghan to boycott all retail facilities inside the stadium along with match day programs.
"We are asking all supporters to not spend one cent inside Croke Park tomorrow. Contrary to some misleading headlines and articles, this is not just about the large flag not being permitted in the stadium.
"Mainly we are calling for this action to ensure the future safety of patrons who attend Hill 16 from all counties. We are heartened by the huge support we have received from right across the country.
"We realise the concession stands are run by outside franchises so we would like to apologise to anyone affected by this action.
"Regrettably we feel it is the only action possible to hopefully make the GAA stand up and take notice of supporters concerns while allowing us to continue to support our team."