Wednesday October 21, 2020

The Hill: An entertaining kick around with one of Dublin’s footballing legends

Bernard Brogan reveals some of the secrets behind Dublin’s unprecedented successes in Gaelic football and is candid about having to fight for his place on the team as he came towards the end of his career

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

16th October, 2020
Bernard Brogan in action for Dublin against Donegal in the All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park in August 2016 Picture: Getty


The Hill: My Autobiography

By Bernard Brogan with Kieran Shannon

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