Bernard Brogan is hoping his older brother Alan will shelve any retirement plans and line out for the Dublin footballers in 2015. The vetaran forward Alan has made it clear that he will not make a call on his Dublin future until the New Year.
The Plunkett's man played a key role for the boys in blue last year having missed the entire Championship campaign in 2013 because of injury. Alan Brogan has enjoyed a glittering career with the Dubs.
He's won two-time All-Ireland titles, nine Leinster Championships, two National football league medals and was named Player of the Year in 2011.
The veteran forward is about to turn 33-years-old. Alan has yet to decide if he will try another year at the top level. His brother Bernard is adamant that he has a part to play in 2015, he's been speaking to 98fm's Darren Cleary.
Bernard Brogan is the President of the Federation of Irish Sport, they published their Sixth Annual Review. They're calling on the government to extend the tax relief for sporting bodies.