The PFAI have announced the shortlist for the manager of the year in the League of Ireland for the 2017 season.
The nominations are -
John Caulfield (Cork City)
Stephen Kenny (Dundalk)
Keith Long (Bohemians)
The nominees for PFA Ireland Manager of the Year 2017 are #PFAIrelandawards2017 pic.twitter.com/oaiXO95kHZ— PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) November 15, 2017
Dinny Corcoran has signed a two-year contract to remain with Bohemians until the end of 2019.
In his third spell at the club, the 28-year-old striker finished the season as the league's second highest goalscorer with a haul of 16 goals in 25 starts and one substitute appearance.
Manager Keith Long
The 2017 league of Ireland season is now in the books and it is yet another season that brought so much on and off the pitch. In the premier division there was 549 goals scored, compared to the 283 goals scored in the first division. Dundalk where the highest scorers
Bohemian FC finished their season on a high with an impressive 3-1 win over Finn Harps at “the home of Irish football”, Dalymount Park.
It has been a hugely impressive season for Keith Long’s troops snatching 5th place in the SSE Airtricity League on the final day from Bray Wanderers, who
Bohemians manager Keith Long has agreed new contracts with a further three players today.
Skipper Derek Pender, Dan Byrne and Patrick Kavanagh have signed deals to remain at Dalymount Park for the 2018 season.
It will be a seventh season at Bohs for right-back Pender, who was signed by Aaron Callaghan in
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
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
Bohemians are delighted to announce the signing of Keith Dalton from Dundalk.
The winger, 19, progressed through to the Lilywhites’ first-team squad from their under-19s.
He could go straight in the Bohs first-team squad against his former club when the sides meet at Dalymount Park next Wednesday.
Manager Keith Long said: “Keith is
The SSE Airtricity League was welcomed back from a the mid season break with a brilliant Dublin derby at Richmond Park as St. Pats hosted Bohs with a crucial three points on offer in the battle to avoid the drop.
Bohs ran out 3-1 winners in what can