Akinade signs new deal with Bohemian Football Club for 2016 season

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  Bohemian FC have announces that star man Ismahil Akinade has agreed terms to play with the club next season. Akinade (21) has scored ten league goals in 17 appearances since joining Bohemians in June. He has been short-listed for the PFAI Young Player of the Year award which he is very much

Seven Dundalk FC players in the PFAI Team of the Year

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  The PFAI Team of the year was released today and it is no suprise that it is overloaded with champions Dundalk FC players. The team features a full County Louth back four with Dane Massey, Brian Gartland, Andy Boyle and Sean Gannon with Drogheda goalkeeper Micheal Schlingermann also named. The midfield three

Is the Bray Wanderers captain David Cassidy on his way to Bohs for the 2016 season?

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  According to a LeagueofIreland.ie source the Bray Wanderers captain David Cassidy is in talks to move to Dublin side Bohemian FC for the 2016 season. The former Dundalk, Shelbourne and Drogheda United player has been in fantastic form this year and has been a pivotal part of driving the Seagulls towards

League One teams apparently in for Boh's in form striker Akinade

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  Reported yesterday in The Irish Mirror,  apparently League One clubs are keeping their eyes on in form Bohemian FC striker Ismahil Akinade. It has been stated that scouts have been over from England to watch the powerful striker who recently scored for the Dublin side against champions Dundalk FC along with 5

Exclusive: Dinny Corcoran expected to return to Bohemian FC for next season

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  A source close to LeagueofIreland.ie has said that Bohemian FC expect to re-sign striker Dinny Corcoran from Sligo Rovers in the close season for the new 2016 season. Corcoran left the Dublin side to join up with Owen Heary at Sligo Rovers for the current season. Things have not gone according to

Dublin City Council confirm purchase of Dalymount Park for €3.8m

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The Dublin City Council have confirmed that it has agreed to buy Dalymount Park stadium in Phibsborough, Dublin from Bohemian FC for €3.8m. Bohemians will be staying in the stadium, which will be redeveloped as a sports centre and has the possibility of private development. The original plan was to have Shelbourne FC