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Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan builds a Legacy for his future

GAA star’s firm plans expansion

20th November, 2016
GAA star Bernard Brogan, photographed at Grey Area Studio in Dublin Picture: Brendan Duffy

Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan has ambitious plans for Legacy, his Lucan-based sports consultancy business.

The company doubled revenues from 2015 to 2016, and Brogan said he is targeting a 50 per cent uplift for the 2016/2017 period.

“We’re in the process of hiring our tenth staff member and anticipate several further new hires in early 2017,” he said.

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