Bernard Brogan The Hill

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Code 9781910335956
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Author: Bernard Brogan

Date Published: 10-Sep-2020

At the start of 2018, Bernard Brogan was a man on a mission. For almost a decade he had been one of the faces of Gaelic football and its oustanding inside forward, helping transform Dublin from flaky contenders into becoming the most dominant team in the sport's history, but in 2017 he had been only a sub for Jim Gavin's all-conquering side. Determined to break back into the starting line-up, he attacked the new seasons and starred in its opening game. Then disaster struck when he broke down with a cruciate injury. It appeared as if he'd played his last game in a jersey his father Bernard and his brother Alan wore before him. Bernard Brogan: The Hill is the fascinating account of an exceptional sportman's uphill journey to again play the sport that he loves and meaningfully contribute to probably the most outstanding feat in Irish team sport history: The Five in a Row. The Hill is an intriguing insight into the workings of a historic team, vividly portraying the commitment, intelligence and exceptional camaraderie behind its success.

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