Alan Brogan is tipping his Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh clubmate Sean Bugler for big things in the sky blue jersey.
Bugler made a big impact when hitting three points off the bench in the Allianz FL round 3 comeback against Monaghan and, speaking to The Irish Daily Star at the launch of TG’4’s Laochra Gael series, Brogan said: “I think, as we’ve seen, he’s (Dessie Farrell) tried to blood a few lads, with mixed results so far.
“It’s probably a bit unfair to judge lads on a couple of games at the start of the National League.
“I think it was very pleasing to see my own club mate, Sean Bugler, go very well last week.
“He was there last year. I thought he would have seen more game time last year to be honest with you. From what I’ve seen, he looks the real deal.
“I fully expect him to go on and have a great Dublin career. Look, it has to be earned as well.
“You have to perform when you get the opportunities. You have to prove it on the biggest stage.
“It was good to see him perform in the half he got last week. We’ll probably see a bit more of him over the next few league games.”Tweet