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MICK DUNNE RIP

Everyone at Bohemians is saddened to learn of the sudden passing of our U10s coach Mick Dunne.

Our deepest sympathies to Mick’s family, friends and team. He will be sadly missed by all.

Mick is being waked tomorrow 4pm to 6pm and his funeral mass will be held  on Monday, 10am, The Church of Mary, Mother of Hope, Littlepace, Clonee

DEATH NOTICE

Michael Dunne (Hunters Run, Clonee and Littlepace Butchers) died February 1st 2018 (suddenly) beloved son of the late Mary. He will be sadly missed by his loving wife Yvonne, daughter Kayleigh, son and best pal Lorcan, father Gerry, his brothers and sisters Edel, Suzanne, Gerard, Greg, Jonathan and Raymond, father-in-law Stephen Caffrey, nieces, nephews, in-laws, work colleagues, extended family and friends.

Reposing at his home on Sunday afternoon from 4o’c until 6o’c. Funeral Mass on Monday morning at 10o’c in The Church of Mary, Mother of Hope, Littlepace, Clonee with burial afterwards in Glasnevin Cemetery. Over flow parking available in the school car park on Monday (first roundabout after the Church.

Mick Dunne

SEASON OPENER SOLD OUT

​Bohemian FC is delighted to confirm that the SOLD OUT signs for the Jodi Stand have gone up in Dalymount Lane this evening – two weeks ahead of our SSE Airtricity League opener against Shamrock Rovers.

No more tickets for home fans will go on sale. Rovers supporters much purchase their tickets for the Des Kelly Stand directly from Tallaght Stadium.

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PADDY O’MALLEY RIP

Everyone at Bohs is saddened to learn of the sudden passing of lifelong fan Paddy O’Malley.

Paddy both played for and coached the Bohs schoolboys.

Condolences to Paddy’s friends and family.

DEATH NOTICE AND FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS

January 29, 2018. (Suddenly) at home.Paddy loving son of Miriam and Pat and devoted father of Sophie. Sadly missed by his heartbroken parents, daughter, brothers John, Gerard and Keith, sister Emma, grandmother Kathleen, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives, neighbours and many friends.

May Paddy Rest in Peace

Reposing at his family home on Wednesday evening from 6pm till 8pm. A Celebration of Life Service, followed by Cremation will be held at 2pm on Thursday (1st Feb.) afternoon in Glasnevin Crematorium.Family flowers only please. Donation in lieu, if desired, to a charity of your choice.

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#TERRACESNOTTV

The new SSE Airtricity League season kicks off on February 16 and we want as many people to be a part of it as possible.

To that end, Bohemian FC has released a new promotional video, written by Daniel Lambert, produced by Jamie Goldrick and funded by the Gypsies Supporters’ Trust, on our social media platforms.

Using the hashtag #TerracesNotTV, the aim of the video is to encourage parents to get their children to enjoy the unrivaled buzz of watching live football from the terraces instead of being sat at home in front of a television.

Watch the video on our Facebook or twitter pages.

We all have a shared interest in promoting our games, so we would very much appreciate if all our supporters could share this video.

When doing so, please also use the hashtag #TerracesNotTV and help us build our Bohmentum.

Thank you for your support.

“There’s no messing – you’re up and early”

Ahead of the big kick-off against Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park on February 16, Bohemians midfielder Oscar Brennan takes bohemianfc.com behind the scenes as the team and management prepare for the 2018 season.

This is the second instalment of Oscar’s pre-season diary.

We need to reach a level of fitness that we can maintain over the course of the year.

We train on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Saturday mornings, you’re in the gym at 6.45 for a 7am start, so there’s no messing – you’re up and early.

Most of the lads like that, because you have your weekend then.

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday we’re out on the pitch at 6pm. You can’t make anyone do anything, but it’s standards, it’s expected that you go to the gym, that you eat well and look after yourself.

It’s a 24/7 thing, it’s not just the contact-hours, especially the responsibility is with us as players.

If you’re in England the gym is on sight, the canteen is just there, you’re not going to work or rushing in and out – there’s people there constantly to help.

We do have people constantly helping us at Bohs, Cian McCaffrey our strength and conditioning coach, if you ask him for anything he’d help you with it.

He gives lads use of his gym. he’d go through 1-1 sessions with lads if you get out at the right time but the responsibility does lie with us.

It’s good, it forces us to take ownership of the team, we’re the players. It’s the fans’ club, but it’s us on the pitch and we have to take responsibility for that.

There’s a good mix to the work we do in the gym and it’s not a case of us doing the same work all season.

We had a seven week off-season programme with four different gym sessions across two blocs, meaning he split the off-season into two groups.

Bloc 1, we were doing the first and second bits of the programme on Mondays and Fridays and then, after four weeks, you did gym sessions three and four.

You’re alternating all the time.

You just go in and it’s very general, you do a warm-up which is mainly body-weight stuff like walk-out press-ups, then you go into the weighted stuff – its not all weights, there are chin-ups and press-ups and the resistance bands – pushing and pulling with them and then we finish with cardio.

If it’s the Saturday morning after a match, it’s usually just the lads who didn’t play who do extra. We’ll use the battle-ropes or boxing against the pads, 20 seconds on and then 20 seconds off.

It’s nearly harder for the pad-man, because he’s doing 20 seconds of burpees when you’re resting and he still has to take the punches which is hard as well!!

We use the prowler as well, which is heavy and you’re pushing at 100%.

It’s mixed, he’ll do something different the next time.

The exercises kind of change, but the structure stays the same.

We do a lot of injury prevention stuff, which is massive these days.

It’s about maintaining the body, especially this year when there’s so many mid-week games – we’ll be playing Friday – Monday – Friday a lot of the time. That’s just the league.
Once the League Cup fixtures are announced, we’ve the Leinster Senior Cup to fit in, it’s all about maintenance during the season.

You’re getting your gains in the off-season and pre-season.

Oscar Brennan

BOHEMIANS v SHAMROCK ROVERS KO TIME

The kick-off time for Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers on Friday February 16 has been brought forward to 7.30pm to facilitate live coverage on RTÉ.

This game will almost certainly sell out in advance and we advise non-members and non-season ticket holders to buy as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Jodi Stand tickets can be bought at tickets.bohemians.ie and will also be on sale from Dalymount Park at tomorrow’s Keith Long Q&A and Friday’s friendly against Finn Harps.

Online/Jodi Stand sales for this game are for home fans only. Any away fans in the Jodi Stand face being removed from the ground.

Away fans will have to purchase tickets directly from Shamrock Rovers – their allocation for the Des Kelly Stand will be made available from Tallaght Stadium early next week.

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REMINDER: KEITH LONG Q&A

On Thursday January 25, Keith Long and members of his first-team squad will give a Q&A session for supporters in the Members’ Bar.

  • Thursday January 25
  • Members’ Bar, Dalymount Park
  • Bar: 7.30pm
  • Q&A: 8.30pm
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“I WAS GOING AROUND IN SHORTS AND A T-SHIRT… BUT I’M NO SCOTT BROWN”

Ahead of the big kick-off against Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park on February 16, Bohemians midfielder Oscar Brennan takes bohemianfc.com behind the scenes as the team and management prepare for the 2018 season.

This is the first instalment of Oscar’s pre-season diary and we’ll catch up with him again in the coming days…

Over Christmas, there was a picture doing the rounds of Celtic midfielder Scott Brown training in the snow in his t-shirt and shorts, surrounded by lads in snoods and leggings.

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Oscar Brennan

Irish Amputee Football Association National League Senior Cup champions

B won the inaugural Irish Amputee Football Association National League Senior Cup in Middleton yesterday.

James Boyle claimed all three of Bohs’ goals as the Gypsies beat Cork City 1-0 and rivals Shamrock Rovers 2-0 at Knockgriffin Park, while Amanda King played a starring role.

Both the competition and the Bohs team were organised by Christy McElligott, a former St Patrick’s Athletic footballer who is now an FAI Football for All Coach.

McElligott said: “These games were the pilot now for what we hope will be an extended league with more League of Ireland clubs involved in March.

“Everyone involved had a brilliant time yesterday and it’s something we want to build upon. It exceeded all expectations.”

Photos courtesy of Cork City FC and Doug Minihane.

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2018 MATCH TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Tickets to all of Bohemians’ 2018 SSE Airtricity League games are now on sale from tickets.bohemians.ie.

Bohs kick off the new season at Dalymount Park on Friday February 16 against Shamrock Rovers.

Please note that online sales for this game are for home fans ONLY. Any away fans in the Jodi Stand face being removed from the ground.

Away fans must purchase tickets directly from Shamrock Rovers – their allocation for the Des Kelly Stand will be made available from Tallaght Stadium in the coming weeks.

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