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Everyone at Bohs wishes to extend our condolences to the family of Gladys Duffy, who passed away on Saturday.

Gladys will be sorely missed by her son Paul, our pitchside announcer and former board member, as well as his partner, a long-time club volunteer Deirdre Clifford.

Reposing in Massey Bros Funeral Home, Main St Finglas tomorrow (Thursday 27) from 3pm to 5pm. Removal to St Canice’s Church Finglas on Friday morning, arriving at 9.50am for Requiem Mass 10am, followed by burial to Dardistown Cemetery.

Death notice.


Bohemians have completed the signing of Luke Wade-Slater from Stevenage Borough.

Wade-Slater, 20, is a product of Bohs’ partners St Kevin’s Boys and joined Stevenage from them in 2015.

Most recently, the winger has been on loan at Kings Langley where he scored five goals in seven games for the Southern League Premier Division side.

Welcoming his new signing to Dalymount Park, manager Keith Long said: “Luke is someone we’ve been monitoring since the summer.

“He’s a wide player with an eye for goal. I’m delighted to have him on board.

“Luke is a good lad, a good player, and has had a good schooling with St Kevin’s.

“Like all of the young lads coming home and into the squad, this is going to be a different challenge for him and a step up.

“But he has quality and I believe he has the hunger in his belly to learn and succeed at Bohemians.”

Signed for 2019: Andy Lyons, Cristian Magerusan, Conor Levingston, Daniel Grant, Daniel Mandroiu, Darragh Leahy, Derek Pender, Dinny Corcoran, James Finnerty, James Talbot, Keith Buckley, Keith Ward, Kevin Devaney, Luke Wade-Slater, Michael Barker, Niall Corbet, Paddy Kirk, Promise Omochere, Rob Cornwall, Robbie McCourt, Ryan Graydon, Ryan Swan.

Luke Wade Slater  26/3/2015

Vacancy: Performance Analysis Intern

Bohemian FC is currently accepting applications for the role of Performance Analyst Intern. The successful candidate will assist and deliver high-level analysis of both the team and individual player performance.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting to the First Team Manager and Coach the person will:

  • Assist with all aspects of Performance Analysis for Bohemian FC including: analysing team, individual and opposition performances
  • Provide coded footage from video immediately after the game for coach use. Updating this with finalised team and individual coding by lunchtime the next day, along with full statistical report as directed by first team coaches
  • Ensure footage is available to coaches and players at all times
  • Maintain and update video and statistical databases for coach use
  • Technical set-up and support on match day
  • Be innovative in approach to developing analysis systems and best practice for the benefit of the coaching staff and squad

Skills and Competencies

  • Student in Sport Science, Statistics or Performance Analysis
  • High standard of knowledge of football
  • Excellent understanding of performance analysis software
  • Extensive use of Microsoft Excel/Numbers, Keynote/Powerpoint
  • Technical knowledge of video capture, conversion and presentation
  • Experience of working as part of a multi-discipline team
  • Good communicator and listener
  • Organised and skilled in time management to aid planning of workload

Personal Qualities

  • Carry out duties and responsibilities to a high standard
  • Establish efficient and effective workflows and work practices
  • Provide accurate coding and statistical presentation to coaches and players of Bohemian FC
  • Provide efficient and reliable technical and analytical support to coaches and players of Bohemian FC
  • Show initiative in the development of analysis skills and best practices to enhance the level of analysis at Bohemian FC

All those wishing to apply should email a full CV and cover letter to: with the subject line ‘Analysis Intern Application’.

Closing date: Position will remain open until a suitable candidate is recruited.

Salary: Voluntary position.

We Are Bohs

2019 fixtures released: Tickets to all home games now available online

The 2019 SSE Airtricity League fixtures were released this afternoon.

Tickets to all Bohemians home games are now available at

Bohemians are due to host Finn Harps on opening night on Friday February 15. This this will be postponed, however, should we progress in the IRN-BRU Cup against East Fife at Dalymount Park on Saturday February 2 (3pm). The winners of that tie will be away to Ross County in the semi-finals on Friday February 15.

Bohs’ next scheduled League of Ireland game is away to UCD on Friday February 22.The first Dublin derby of the season sees the Gypsies host Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park three days later on Monday February 25.

2019 fixtures

2018 Christmas Draw results

Please find below a list of winners from the 2018 Bohemian FC Christmas Draw.

Congratulations to all prize winners.

Thanks to all who supported this important annual fundraiser by buying and selling tickets.

And a big thanks as always to Jimmy O’Connor and his fundraising team.

No. Prize Winner Seller

1st; €2018; David Hoban; John Watson
2nd; €1000; Collette & Lynne Murray; Sean Maguire
3rd; €750; Glenn de Mange; John Whelan
4th; €500; Paul Fetherston; Self
5th; €250; Jennifer Franzoni; Anne Franzoni
6th; €200; Darren O’ Sullivan; Eddie Smith
7th; €200; Joseph Nugent; John Keegan
8th; €200; Paddy Broderick snr; Stephen Dornan
9th; €200; Paul .; Chelsea Supporters Club
10th; €200; Paul Brennan; Self
11th; €200; Lewis Brien; Online
12th; €200; Lorraine Belmont; Mono
13th; €200; Berry Burke; Stephen Burke
14th; €200; Don Larney; Pancho
15th; €200; Darryl Ure; Self
16th; €100; Ron Keane; Liam McDonagh
17th; €100; Arthur Sheridan; Self
18th; €100; John Whelan; Self
19th; €100; Louise Carey; Thomas Hynes
20th; €100; Joe & Friends; Larry Rogan
21th; €100; Paul Hanlon; Stephen Lambert
22nd; €100; Mark O’Riordan; Carmine
23rd; €100; Sarah Chambers; Nick Cheevers
24th; €100; Michelle Monaghan; Mono
25th; €100; Tommy Murphy; Online
26th; €50; Cathy Cullen; Niall Cullen
27th; €50; Ian Fitzpatrick; Stephen Lambert
28th; €50; Enda Kenny; Colm Duignan
29th; €50; Michelle & Buster .; Mono
30th; €50; Linda Tierney; Sean Maguire
31th; €50; Fiachra Robinson; Robbie Robinson
32nd; €50; Cathal Duignan; Colm Duignan
33rd; €50; Kevin Doyle; Stephen McLoughlin
34th; €50; Pat Dowling; Chelsea Supporters Club
35th; €50; Michael Broderick; Self

Keith Long and Paul Duffy at Saturday's draw


Bohemians are delighted to announce Keith Buckley has signed a new deal to remain at the club next season.

Buckley, 26, has amassed 182 league appearances in two spells with the Gypsies.

He broke into the first team under Pat Fenlon at the start of the 2011 season and soon endeared himself to supporters when the then 19-year-old scored in his first-ever Dublin derby against Shamrock Rovers.

He departed for a season-long stint with Bray Wanderers in 2017 but returned ahead of the 2018 season and quickly re-established himself as a firm fans’ favourite.

Buckley said: “I had actually agreed things for next season with Keith Long a few weeks ago but then I went travelling for a month so I’m glad to finally sign officially.

“It’s an exciting place to be at and there is a great buzz around the place. You appreciate what we have here as a club and with our supporters even more having been away for the year.”

Bohs have lost some senior personnel this closed season but Buckley sees that as a chance for him to evolve further as a player and to also help and encourage younger players who have been added to Long’s side for next season.

He said: “I personally want to push on. I’m still only 26 but I’ve played over 180 times for Bohs and over 200 games in the league, so I feel that I can have a lot to offer with my experience.

“We’ve lost a couple of experienced players, which is obviously a blow, so it’s up to the likes of myself to push on further and help fill that void.

“While we’ve lost players, we’ve brought in some really exciting ones too.

“Keith has a great eye for a young player and he’s shown that over the last few seasons. There’s no doubt in my mind that we can continue to progress as a team under him.

“Obviously it will take a while to for players to settle in. You look at when Dan Casey when he came in mid-season in 2017, it took him a while to get up to speed.

“Darragh Leahy came in last season, didn’t really know the league at the start and then went on to have an amazing season for us.

“So it can take a while and we all have to be patient at the start but players will improve if given time.

“To be honest I’m a bit jealous of the young lads coming here! I’d love to be 18 or 19 again and coming in and learning from Keith and Trevor Croly.

“Trevor breaks things down and makes the game so simple for you and everything is so professional. I’ve learnt so much from him in training in only a year and I’m still learning.

“Learning from them here at 18 or 19 is a great place to be for any player and it will stand to them and the team.”

Signed for 2019: Andy Lyons, Cristian Magerusan, Conor Levingston, Daniel Grant, Daniel Mandroiu, Darragh Leahy, Derek Pender, Dinny Corcoran, James Finnerty, James Talbot, Keith Buckley, Keith Ward, Kevin Devaney, Michael Barker, Niall Corbet, Paddy Kirk, Promise Omochere, Rob Cornwall, Robbie McCourt, Ryan Graydon, Ryan Swan.

Keith Buckley celebrates at the final whistle 17/8/2018


Bohemians are delighted to announce that Kevin Devaney has re-signed for 2019.

The winger, 28, rejoined the Gypsies at the start of the 2018 season having originally played for the club between 2012 and 2014.

He is best remembered from his first spell as the man whose goal gave Bohs their first-ever win over rivals Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium in 2012 in what was only his second only start for the club.

Returning this year, the Sligo man became a key man under manager Keith Long, chipping in with five league goals in 26 appearances.

Long said: “I’m delighted to have Kevin commit to us for next season. He developed into an important figure for us. He is a very good player – defensively and offensively.

“He has developed a great partnership on the left-hand side with Darragh Leahy and a lot of our play came down that wing this year, so it’s important that we can keep that partnership going for next season and build upon it.”

Signed for 2019: Andy Lyons, Cristian Magerusan, Conor Levingston, Daniel Grant, Daniel Mandroiu, Darragh Leahy, Derek Pender, Dinny Corcoran, James Finnerty, James Talbot, Keith Ward, Kevin Devaney, Michael Barker, Niall Corbet, Paddy Kirk, Promise Omochere, Rob Cornwall, Robbie McCourt, Ryan Graydon, Ryan Swan.

Kevin Devaney celebrates scoring a goal 3/8/2018


Dalymount Park

  • Monday 3rd December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Tuesday 4th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Wednesday 5th December: 9.30am – 2pm
  • Thursday 6th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Friday 7th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Monday 10th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Tuesday 11th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Wednesday 12th December: 9.30am – 2pm
  • Thursday 13th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Friday 14th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Saturday 15th December: 1pm – 4pm
  • Sunday 16th December: 1pm – 4pm
  • Monday 17th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Tuesday 18th December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Wednesday 19th December: 9.30am – 2pm & 6pm – 8pm
  • Thursday 20th December: 9.30am – 3pm & 6pm – 8pm
  • Friday 21st December: 9.30am – 3pm
  • Sat 22nd December: 1pm – 4pm
  • Sun 23rd December: 1pm – 4pm
  • Christmas Eve and Monday 23rd December: 10am – 1pm
Bohemians v Cork City - SSE Airtricity League Premier Division


Bohemians are delighted to announce the signings of goalkeeper Niall Corbet, defenders James Finnerty and Michael Barker, and midfielder Daniel Mandroiu.

As well as the new arrivals, defender Paddy Kirk and striker Ryan Swan have both re-signed for 2019.

Laois man Corbet, 24, joins after a season with Waterford having previously been with UCD where he was PFAI First Division Goalkeeper of the Year in 2017.

Manager Keith Long said: “Niall is a good age for a goalkeeper with his prime still very much ahead of him but with good experience in the league already.

“Obviously there is a big void to fill with Shane Supple retiring but Niall and James Talbot are two excellent keepers who I believe will push one another.”

Meath man Finnerty, 19, comes to Dalymount from Rochdale having spent three years with Aston Villa.

Long said: “He’s had a good schooling with Villa. He’s a young lad and, like Danny Mandroiu, it’s a big step for him and will take a while to adjust.

“Nobody at that age is the finished article but he has a really good pedigree and with a bit of patience, we can bring him on further to another level.”

Barker rejoins Bohemians after five years away with UCD, Bray Wanderers and, most recently, St Patrick’s Athletic. The 25-year-old came through the Bohs U20 team and played for the first team in 2013 and 2014.

Long said: “Michael was at the club before my time here and is someone I’ve tried to sign for the last two closed seasons so it’s third time lucky and I’m delighted to finally get him in.

“He’s a very under-valued defender. He is an excellent tackler and can play at right-back, centre-back and left-back and in midfield too so he gives us a number of options.

“I think he will prove to be a very valuable player for us.”

A local from Ballymun, Mandroiu, 20, comes to Dalymount from Brighton’s U23s.

Long said: “Danny’s an extremely talented young player who’s been away with Brighton now for four years.

“He’s technically very good. Obviously it’s a culture change coming from U23s football to first-team football but he’ll have a full pre-season to get up to speed.”

A product of Bohs’ partners St Kevin’s Boys, Mandroiu said: “I know a few of the lads already – Darragh Leahy and Robbie McCourt – from St Kevin’s so I’m looking forward to playing with the again and I know James Talbot from the Ireland squads too so I’m really looking forward to it.

“I can’t wait to get started. I had a chat with Keith and he sounded like he really wanted me to sign and Bohs are a club I wanted to play for when I was younger too so I can’t wait to get that opportunity.”

Having captained the Bohs U19s to league glory in 2017, 20-year-old Kirk broke into the first team this season and impressed with commanding performances at left-back.

Long said: “Paddy’s done really well for us in the games he’s come in. He was thrown in at the deep end in big games too and impressed.

“He always wants to win and has an absolutely terrific attitude. He’s exactly the profile and character of player I want at this club.”

Swan, 22, joined Bohs from UCD 12 months ago but was cruelly ruled out for the season before it even started when he suffered a cruciate ligament tear in training.

Long said: “I’m delighted to have Swanny re-signed. He’ll be like a new signing for us obviously because he didn’t get to play at all this year.

“He’s worked ever so hard while he was out injured and he will be more determined than ever to make an impression for us.”

Signed for 2019: Andy Lyons, Cristian Magerusan, Conor Levingston, Daniel Grant, Daniel Mandroiu, Darragh Leahy, Derek Pender, Dinny Corcoran, James Finnerty, James Talbot, Keith Ward, Michael Barker, Niall Corbet, Paddy Kirk, Promise Omochere, Rob Cornwall, Robbie McCourt, Ryan Graydon, Ryan Swan.


IRN BRU Cup quarter-final set for February 2nd

The IRN BRU Cup quarter-final between Bohemians and East Fife has been confirmed for Saturday February 2nd 2019, Dalymount Park, 3pm.

It will be Bohs’ first competitive fixture of the new season.

The winners will be away to Ross County in the semi-final.

Tickets are now on sale from We ask both sets of supporters to consider buying online in advance of the game.

Our club bars will open 1pm and we would like to invite opposition fans travelling over from Scotland to join us.

There will be drink promotions, live music post-match, while Ireland v England in the Six Nations will be shown in our bars.

Please note that, as Irn Bru Cup games are a split gate, season tickets and membership do not apply.

Members can, however,  pay a reduced rate of €10 at the membes stile on production of 2018 or 2019 membership card.

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