BE PART OF THE TEAM

Access exclusive podcasts, interviews and analysis with a monthly or annual membership

Become A Member
Dublin: 12°C Tuesday 18 May 2021
Advertisement

Snapshot: Semi-final heartbreak for Dublin's Alan Brogan

The devastated Dublin star was comforted by family at the final whistle.

Alan Brogan with his wife Lydia and son Jamie after the game Dublin's Alan Brogan with his wife Lydia and son Jamie after the game. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

A HEARTBROKEN ALAN BROGAN was comforted by his wife and son as he left the field in tears following Dublin’s defeat at the hands of Donegal in their All-Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-final today.

Having made his debut with the Blues in 2002, Brogan was part of the Dublin side which won the All-Ireland title in 2011. Injury prevented him taking part in last year’s campaign and the Oliver Plunkett’s forward spoke to TheScore.ie recently about using that frustration as motivation to win another Sam Maguire this year.

However, Donegal put paid to those chances today and, after 12 years with the Dublin senior side, many will wonder if that’s the last time we’ve seen three-time All-Star in action in Croke Park.

How Twitter reacted to Donegal’s win over Dublin today

Donegal shock Dublin to set up All-Ireland final with Kerry

Be part
of the team

Access exclusive podcasts, interviews and analysis with a monthly or annual membership.

Become a Member

About the author:

TheScore Team

Read next:

COMMENTS (12)