Bernard Brogan calls time on a 15-year inter-county football career. The Dublin footballer won seven All-Ireland titles, four All-Stars and was Footballer of the Year in 2010.
Speaking on the Late Late show with host Ryan Tubridy, Brogan named the 2011 All-Ireland win against Kerry - one which ended a lengthy drought for Dublin - as the highlight of his career.
"My first one," said Brogan, "to have my two brothers, Paul and Alan and James, my cousin and business partner there on the field, it was an amazing one to get over the line after 16 years."
Bernard Brogan arrives to the Late Late show with wife Keira. Bernard was wearing the new 'DARCY' three piece Benetti suit which is set to arrive in stores nationwide in early January 2020.
In a statement released on Thursday evening, Dublin manager Jim Gavin said:
"A great leader of the team, Bernard inspired those around him by his actions, resolve and determination to be the best player that he could be for Dublin. The longevity of his inter country career, his collection of medals and awards is a testament to the impact he has on Gaelic games – for that we are truly grateful."
Bernard Brogan marries childhood sweetheart Keira Doyle in 2016 wearing Benetti. Bernard knows what to wear for the special occasions and Benetti Menswear are delighted to part of these landmark occasions.
Bernard Brogan receives well wishes on his retirement from fellow sportsmen Brian O'Driscoll, Robbie Keane, Shane Lowry and Colm Cooper. Wishing Bernard the very best of luck with retirement, thanks for the memories, from all the team here in Benetti.