The title race rumbles on as Bohs and Cork played out a highly entertaining 0-0 draw.
With a rumoured 1000 Cork fans travelling to a blustery Dalymount Park, John Caulfield’s troops hoped to end their 12 year wait for a league title but it wasn’t to be as an impressive Bohs
The news that the redevelopment of Dalymount Park is to be delayed for two years broke this week and meant different things to different people. Some people were annoyed at the delay, seeing it as putting the development in jeopardy – ‘’if it’s going to happen, what’s wrong with now’’
The final Dublin Derby of the season was played in glorious conditions in Phibsboro, as Bohemian FC hosted relegation threatened St. Patricks Athletic, in what turned out to be one of the games of the season.
A quite breathtaking opening 16 minutes saw Bohs race into a 2-1 lead. Firstly, the
After all the votes were counted for our poll on ‘League of Ireland fans favourite away trip’, Premier Division side Galway United came out on top.
We gave our readers the choice of all the 20 League of Ireland clubs and below are the top
1st - Galway United (Eamonn Deacy Park)
Bohemians and Galway played out a hugely entertaining 1-1 draw at a packed Dalymount. The game had it all, end to end play, goals and two sets of hugely committed players who will all feel like it was two points dropped.
After nearly a month of competitive action away from the
Bohemians midfielder Fuad Sule has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for July.
It is the first time Sule, 20, has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Anne McAreavey from SSE Airtricity.
The Gypsies star put in two outstanding displays
Bray’s last away day in Dalymount Park before it is redeveloped resulted in a deserved draw for the Wanderers against a team that had beaten both Shamrock Rovers and Cork City in their last two games.
The point could turn out to be worth its weight in gold. It stopped the
Not much to write home about on this one, as Bohs and Bray shared the points in a hard fought 0-0 stalemate.
Following two massive wins on the road, against arch rivals Shamrock Rovers and Champions elect Cork City, a buzzing Dalymount Park played host to crisis club Bray Wanderers, with
Bohs came into this evening’s clash following a frustrating 2-1 away defeat at Finn Harps and looking to avenge a 4-1 opening day Dalymount Park defeat at the hands of tonight’s visitors, Derry City.
In a very open and entertaining first half, both sides looking comfortable on the ball, it was
Ciaran Kilduff was the hero as he came off the bench to snatch all three points in a high quality game at Dalymount Park this evening.
From the off reigning champions Dundalk FC looked comfortable on the ball but Keith Longs troops didn’t make life easy one bit, with an energetic