Owen Heary spoke to Robert O’Reardon on Friday night and discussed Bohemians’ improved performance, missed chances, Eoin Wearen’s debut, assessed the two red cards handed out during the game and looked forward to Tuesday’s visit of St Patrick’s Athletic in the EA Sports Cup.
Bohs secured a fantastic win over Corduff today. Bohs took the lead with goals from Jamie Clowry, a Kamil Schlass free-kick and a spectacular Sean Smith shot from his own half. Corduff pulled one back, but Kamil Schlass scored his second to re-establish Bohs’ three-goal lead.
Bohs worked very well defensively, with Ryan Lynch organising his defence very well. Bohs stability was helped with some great work by their full-backs Shane McDermott and Sam Hegany allowing the wingers to attack with confidence. Bohs had been working on their defensive shape recently, with the midfield trio of Sean Smith, Gianpiero Fragnoli and Conor Hynes impressing.
Robert O’Reardon got the thoughts of Bohemian manager Owen Heary after Friday night’s defeat against Limerick at Dalymount Park.
Heary expressed his annoyance at how Limerick’s frustrating tactics dictated the flow of the game and that a lapse of concentration allowed Rory Gaffney take all three points for the visitors.
There was some good news from the gaffer, however, as he revealed club captain Dave Mulcahy – yet to feature this season due to a niggling knee injury – is expected to get a full week’s worth of training under his belt ahead of the upcoming Easter weekend games against St Patrick’s Athletic and Sligo Rovers.
After Bohemians’ 3-1 derby defeat to Shamrock Rovers in the SSE Airtricity League on Friday night, manager Owen Heary gave his post-match reaction to Robbie O’Reardon, and explained how he believes decisions by the match officials cost his side at key moments during the game.