Jim Brogan (Gaelic footballer)

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Jim Brogan
Personal information
Irish name Séamus Ó Brógáin
Sport Gaelic Football
Position Left Corner Back
Born Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Club(s)
Years Club
St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh
Inter-county(ies)
Years County
Dublin
Inter-county titles
All-Irelands 2

Jim Brogan is an Irish former inter-county Gaelic footballer for Dublin. Brogan won an all-Ireland medal with Dublin in 1977 in a game in which he made an appearance as a substitute. Dublin beat Armagh in the final by 5-12 to 3-6. The following year Jim won an NFL title with Dublin in 1978.[1] Jim won an All-Ireland Minor Football Championship with Dublin in 1956 on the same team as Dublin footballing legend Lar Foley. Jim is the uncle of current Dublin senior panelists Alan, Bernard and Paul and the brother of former senior footballer Bernard.

Jim was also a Selector with the Dublin team who won the All Ireland in 1995, being part of the management team made up of Pat O Neill and Fran Ryder all of whom have played for Dublin in The 1970s. He is currently a selector with the Dublin Under 21 Football side with co-selectors Shane O'Hanlon and Declan Darcy and manager Jim Gavin.[2]

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