VOLUNTEERS

Alan Bird

(Programme editor)

Mick Breslin

(Programme Seller)

Mick has been selling programmes at Dalymount Park for the club since 2002.

His first Bohs match was v Rovers in 1958, when he was brought to the game by a neighbour.

His favourite Bohemian players of all time are Turlough O’Connor, Tommy Kelly and Kevin Hunt.

And his favourite Bohs ‘moment’, well that was the winning of the League & FAI Cup double in 2008.

Joe Carr

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

Joe Collins

(Long-time programme seller)

Deirdre and Laura Clifford

(Club shop).

Deirdre first came to Dalymount with Paul Duffy in 1982.
Along with five others, Deirdre was one of the first women to become a member of Bohemian FC in the late 1980s.

Her favourite Bohs memory is beating Rangers in 3-2 in Dalymount in 1984. Her all-time favourite player is Kevin Hunt.
Laura first came along to a Bohs game with her sister Deirdre in 1992 – a certain cup final at Landsdowne Road.
Laura’s highlight as a fan was watching Bohs’ recent 4-0 thumping of Shamrock Rovers.

Dermot Cassin

(Electrician)

Jeff Conway

(Plumbing, Tiling and Maintenance)

Anne Delaney

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

Stephen Dornan

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

Tommy Dornan

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

Paul Duffy

(Pitchside announcer)

Paul first came to Dalymount as a small boy in the late 1960s with his father Gavan.
Paul served as a committee member for 11 years from 1991 to 2001.

His favourite memory is finally beating Sligo Rovers, after two replays, in the 1970 FAI Cup final. Paul’s favourite Bohs player of all time is Pat ‘Nutsy’ Fenlon.

Anto Farrell

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

John Leonard

(Bar Committee)

John started supporting Bohemians at the age of six when his father brought him to the 1992 FAI Cup final in Lansdowne Road. The following season, he appeared as a mascot for the team in the Dublin derby against Shamrock Rovers and was hooked ever since.His earliest memory was Dave Tilson’s winner in the final itself and his most memorable moment as a fan was the Europa League draw away to Salzburg in 2009. His favourite player of all time is ‘Tillo’, closely followed by Kevin Hunt.John is a Brand Developer for Bulmers and works closely with publicans in the drinks industry.

Tony Magner

(Programme guru)

Paddy Mullins

(Plumbing and Heating)

Jimmy O’Connor

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

Larry Rogan

(Stadium announcer)

Larry can’t remember a time when he didn’t follow Bohs! His Dad was a fan from his teenage years, when he started following them after the war around the mid-1940s as his family home was not far from Dalymount in Richmond Cottages, just off the North Circular Road.

Larry’s first real memory of going to a Bohs match was in 1966. He used to get the bus into town and get either the 19 or 10 from O’Connell street.  But on that day, the street was blocked off due to Nelson’s Pillar being blown up.

He enjoyed supporting the club in the 1970s and one game that sticks out is the 3-0 demolition of a Johnny Giles-led Shamrock Rovers on a rain-soaked day in Dalymount, winning the league the season we hammered everyone, Home Farm 8-0 being the biggest of them. The European nights were always special then too – the first Rangers game, the riot at the Newcastle game standing out.

The 1980s brought Jackie Jameson, Rocky O’Brien and a host of other legends; Rangers in ’84, listening to Philip Green on a crackly AM radio, trips to Dundee and Aberdeen. There were no trophies, but life-long friendships were formed.

The 1990s brought Larry even closer to Bohs – a little comment to Oliver Ward landed him in the announcer’s seat. His first three games were the 1990 centenary celebration friendlies – 8,500 v Aston Villa, 20,000 v Man Utd and 22,000 v Celtic. No pressure then!

The highs then were winning the FAI Cup in ’92, his Dad driving to Dalymount and beeping all the way across the city before celebrating in the club bars. Larry lost his beloved father in 1996.

After Joe McGrath and his New Zealanders, Roddy Collins came in and created history. But Larry’s favourite memory was playing the Champions League music as we took on Bate Borisov in ’03 as Bohs tore them apart 3-0.

Eddie Smith Snr

(Football forecast, lottos/half-time raffle)

Robbie Wilson

(Long-time programme seller)

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