League of Ireland Premier Division side Bohemians have launched a ‘player fund’ appeal to all fans and members.
The club are hoping to push on with transfers and contracts for their players and state that ‘the decision to reduce the Premier Division from 12 teams to 10 next season presents everyone
With just six points separating the bottom half of the league, another massive three points were up for grabs at a gloriously sunny Dalymount Park this evening.
The first chance of a very even game came in the 20th minute when Shane Supple got down well to save from
The Gypsies hosted Limerick in a mid table collision, with a massive three points on offer, as both sides look to pull away from the dreaded relegation zone and it was the travelling supporters who went home happiest. Goals from Tosi and a Dan Byrne O.G gave Limerick a
It was announced today that Bohemians will play a friendly fixture with FC United of Manchester.
The club competes in the National League North, the sixth tier of the English football league.
The friendly will take place on July 8th at Dalymount Park at 3pm.
Adult tickets are €15, Juveniles are only €5
Derby day heartbreak for the Gypsies as the old enemy run out 2-0 winners in a hotly contested encounter at a bouncing Dalymount Park.
With two defeats to their old rivals this season, and in potentially the last Dublin Derby at “the home of Irish football” was enough of
Two injury hit sides played out a bruising encounter in Phibsboro this evening. With a massive three points on the line, it was the home side who came out as victors thanks to an own goal and a thunderbolt from Brennan.
The Gypsies came into the game a
“Sheppards delight” as Cork City extend their winning start to nine wins from nine games in this seasons SSE Airtricity League following a hard fought win against a battling Bohs side that dominated much of the game.
Karl Sheppard was the hero for the runaway league leaders hitting a
After a disastrous last outing against Dublin rivals, and current EA Sports Cup holders, St. Patrick’s Athletic, Keith Long’s decimated squad took on an excellent Cabinteely side, who themselves, are on a great run of four league wins in a row.
Missing the likes of Shane Supple, Izzy Akinade, Eoin
Conan Byrne last night scored for St Patrick's Athletic what can only be described as magical as he scored from his own half over Bohemians keeper Shane Supple.
The goal would remind you of David Beckhams wonder goal in 1996 for Manchester United against Wimbledon.
Here are both goals to see the
Bend it like Byrne! St. Pats winger hits a Beckham-esque effort as the Saints go Marching on hammering Bohs 4-0.
A jam packed Dalymount Park, which included President Michael D. Higgins, was witness to its first home Dublin derby of the season, with St. Pats the visitors on a