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Bohemian FC is delighted to confirm the appointment of Alan Moore as men’s first team coach analyst.

The former Ireland international comes to the club having built up a wealth of experience in England, most recently as opposition analyst with Wigan Athletic and as academy manager at Carlisle United.

Welcoming Moore to Dalymount Park, Alan Reynolds said: “Alan has been in the UK for a long time, and with Waterford with me at the start of the season. His experience is invaluable in terms of mentoring coaches and preparing teams, and I saw first hand the value that he can bring to a set-up.

“As a player he was involved with top clubs and set-ups, and as a coach he has worked with brilliant coaches and managers, building up fantastic knowledge and experience all the way.

“I’ve played with him with Shelbourne, and we have worked together now in a backroom too, so I know that we have a great working relationship that can only benefit the team and help us push forward.

“I knew from the six or seven weeks we had together at Waterford that if I was to become a manager again, that Alan is someone I wanted working alongside me.”

Moore, who enjoyed a fine playing career with Middlesbrough, Burnley and Shelbourne, said: “I’m delighted to be here. I’ve really enjoyed the couple of days here so far. It is a very good environment to come into, with a great set-up in DCU.

“The role of coach analyst involves a lot of opposition analysis, which is something I’ve been doing for the last number of years in the UK, for six years with Wigan, and also with Waterford this season. I’ve seen all sides of football in my 30 years in the UK, so I am hoping to bring with me knowledge that will help Bohemians get to where we need to be.

“The manager liked what I brought to the table at Waterford, so he has brought me on board. We have a good relationship. We are close in our thinking about football, in and out of possession. Our principles and values are the same, so it was an easy decision to come and work with him again at Bohemians.”


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