POST-MATCH: BOHEMIANS 0 SLIGO ROVERS 2

Robert O’Reardon got the thoughts of manager Owen Heary as Bohemians’ disappointing home form continued with a 2-0 defeat against Sligo Rovers on Easter Monday.

Heary couldn’t hide his frustration at Bohs’ failure to defend the set piece that handed Sligo the advantage, but took some encouragement from the number of chances his side created.

Filmed by Jamie O’Halleron

POST-MATCH: BOHEMIANS 0 LIMERICK 1

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.

Filmed by Jamie O’Halleron.

VIDEO: BOHEMIANS 1 SHAMROCK ROVERS 3

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.

Filmed by Jamie O’Halleron.

VIDEO: BOHEMIANS 2 DROGHEDA UTD 2

After Bohemians’ 2-2 draw with Drogheda United in the SSE Airtricity League on Friday night, manager Owen Heary gave his post-match reaction to Robbie O’Reardon.

Filmed by Jamie O’Halleron.

VIDEO: BOHEMIANS 5 BRAY WANDERERS 1

After Bohemians’ 5-1 victory against Bray Wanderers in the Leinster Senior Cup, goalscorer and debutant Steven Beattie gave his post-match reaction to Robbie O’Reardon.

Filmed by Jamie O’Halleron.

“LEARN AND PROGRESS” – OWEN HEARY INTERVIEW

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Robert O’Reardon caught up with Bohemians assistant manager Owen Heary at Dalymount Park for a post-season interview.

Heary reflects on calling time on an illustrious 21-season playing career, avoiding relegation, his first steps into management and looks ahead to his upcoming Tribute Game.

Filmed by Jamie O’Halleron

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