Alan Brogan

Former Dublin Footballer, Alan Brogan has won every honour in the game at Inter County Level. Alan’s fourteen year long career which ended in 2015 has seen him represent county, province and country as well as his club St. Oliver Plunketts Eoghan Ruadh’s to which he still lines out for today.

However, it wasn’t all winning for Alan and his Dublin side. He recalls their seventeen point defeat in the All Ireland Quarter Final in 2009 to Kerry as well as other milestones on his path to glory. 2011 was a special year for the Dublin sharpshooter. Not only did Dublin win their first All Ireland that year since 1995 but Alan also won Footballer of the Year.

Recently, we sat down with Alan and his father Bernard Senior to reflect on their tremendous Inter County Careers and their time wearing the blue jersey for The Metropolitans. A must watch for any Dublin GAA supporter.

The Barber Shop Series – Adrian Marren

Adrian made his debut, the same year as Seanie, in 2005. He has been through the mill with Sligo over the years, capturing a Connacht title in 2007, as one of the highlights. Seanie and Adrian have been up close and personal on many occasions over the last 13 years of their football careers. Adrian sits into Seanie’s barber chair for a little more conversation and a little less jersey tugging.

The Barbershop Series – Conor Devaney

Seanie’s intercounty teammate and Rossies captain Conor Devaney is the next to call into Seanie Mac’s Barbershop to talk about how the Roscommon team has evolved over the years, their current aspirations and some funny stories from the training ground.

The Barbershop Series – Tom Parsons

Tom Parsons

Mayo’s Tom Parsons joins Seanie in the Barbershop to get his famous Afro trimmed and talk all about college football, injuries and current aspirations for both players on and off the field.

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