Karl Moore’s shot trickles over the line and the Jodi Stand erupts. Bohemians have battered their beleaguered arch rivals 4-0 in the derby. It is the perfect fillup for Aaron Callaghan’s squad, who qualified for Europe at Derry City’s expense – due to their three year ban from competing in UEFA competitions after liquidation. A […]
LA. The city of The Angels. It is hardly the first place you’d think of when pondering the origins of Bohemians’ recent community revival? But that is where it all began. In a no-go area of downtown Los Angeles, Bohemians’ Community Director, Thomas Hynes saw the impact of football and kindness towards vulnerable people in […]
Dinny Corcoran’s season was said to be over in May, however, he is plotting a return before the end of the season to fire Bohs into Europe for the first time since 2012. The Bohemians striker cut a lonely figure when crumpled on the Dalymount turf, 13 minutes into a league game with Sligo. Having […]
“We haven’t had a cup run at all in my time here. I’m pleased tonight that we’ve won, the attitude of the players was spot on, we’d like to enjoy tonight and next week look forward to the Rovers game,” beamed Bohs boss, Keith Long after their seven-nil annihilation of Wexford at Ferrycarrig Park on […]
Dundalk 2-0 Bohemians (Hoare 31’, Hoban (pen.) 51’) Dundalk advanced to the summit of the SSE Airtricity League after a comfortable win over Bohemians at Oriel Park. Having led through Sean Hoare’s header at the break, Dundalk stepped up a gear in the second half and only thanks to the brilliance of Shane Supple in […]
Shelbourne Ladies head coach, Shaun Maher spoke about their European preparations ahead of their UEFA Champions League qualifying group and his wealth of experience in Europe as a player.
Friday 28 July 2004 marks a strange anniversary of sorts. On this day, 13 years ago, Stephen Kenny was sacked as manager of Bohemian Football Club, following their elimination from the UEFA Cup at the hands of Levadia Tallinn. Kenny recently made a startling revelation about the circumstances in the lead up to the tie […]
“It was an unbelievable experience”, describes Turlough O’Connor. It might be stretching it slightly to say that Ireland’s maiden World Cup victory actually came 18 years before that shoot-out victory against Romania at Italia ’90. But in the summer of 1972 the Republic of Ireland contested the Minicopa (or Mini World Cup/Brazilian Independence Cup) in […]