“ANARCHY IN DUBLIN”

Copa 90 came to last week’s stunning Dublin Derby at Dalymount Park.

This was their verdict:

Before I came out here, if you told me I would experience my most exhilarating moment for a derby where half of one team are just part-time workers… in a league that most people in Ireland don’t even watch, I would have told you to get out of here…

But I did. I experienced it. In that corner.

VIDEO: JOHNNY LOGAN’S SURPRISE VISIT

Johnny Logan made a surprise visit to Dalymount Park on Friday night for Bohemians v Sligo Rovers and he stopped for a chat after the game with Robbie O’Reardon.

Filmed and edited by Jamie O’Halleron.

POST-MATCH: BOHEMIANS 2 SLIGO ROVERS 2

Robbie O’Reardon got the thoughts of manager Owen Heary and goalkeeper Dean Delany after Bohemians’ 2-2 draw with Sligo Rovers on Friday night.

Filmed and edited by Jamie O’Halleron.

OWEN HEARY ACCEPTS Mr GREEN’S ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE

Mr Green, Bohemian boss Owen Heary has accepted your Ice Bucket Challenge alongside goalkeeping coach Fred Davis!

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Owen nominates Ruud Dokter from the FAI, the Soccer Republic trio of Darragh Maloney, Tony O’Donogue and Peter Collins, as well as Shamrock Rovers manager Pat Fenlon.

Fred nominates SEE Airtricity League director Fran Gavin, Richie Maguire and former Bohemians goalkeeper Matt Gregg.

Filmed by Peter O’Doherty and Aaron Fitzsimons

VIDEO: BOHEMIANS 2 DROGHEDA UTD 0

Manager Owen Heary and goalscorer Karl Moore gave their thoughts to Robert O’Reardon after Friday’s victory against Drogheda United and looked ahead to Monday’s Dublin derby against Shamrock Rovers.

Filmed and edited by Jamie O’Halleron.

VIDEO: BOHEMIANS 2 CORK CITY 0

Manager Owen Heary and goalscorer Eoin Wearen spoke to Robert O’Reardon on a night that saw Bohemians beat high-flying Cork City to claim their first home league win of the season.

The pair also offered words of support for the injured Cork star Brian Lenihan. Camera & editing by Jamie O’Halleron.

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