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Bohemians are delighted to announce the signing of Scott Allardice from Dundee United.

The midfielder joins after a successful trial period with the club earlier this month.

Allardice, 20, comes to Dalymount after spending nine years at Tannadice. During that time, he broke into the Arabs’ first team and enjoyed loan spells at both East Fife and Dumbarton.

Welcoming Allardice to the club, manager Keith Long said: “Scott is someone we’ve been aware of and monitoring for a number of months.

“We brought him over earlier in the month to have a closer look at him and he’s impressed us in training.


“He’s had other opportunities in Ireland so we’re delighted to get him in.

“Initially, he had been someone we looked as someone we might bring in on loan so we’re delighted to be able to sign him on a permanent basis for the season.

“He’s a defensive midfielder, good on the ball and can play at the back too.

“He’s never played League of Ireland football before so, like a number of our new players, it will take time to find his feet so we have to be patient.

“But he does have the benefit of having played first-team football though. He’s played for Dundee United’s first team and has had successful loan spells.

“He’s a sensible young lad who is very driven and has made a conscious decision to move country to progress his career.”

Allardice cannot wait to get started although he will have to sit out Saturday’s IRN-BRU Cup quarter-final at Dalymount Park as he is cup-tied having lined out for Dundee United’s U20s earlier in the competition.

He said: “I’m just looking forward to playing. Training has been excellent. The coaching from the Trevor Croly was brand new, first class.

“I really enjoyed it and I can see myself getting better here with that training and way of playing. That’s one of the reasons I came here. I just like to get on the ball as much as I can, try start attacks and play football on the ground.

“Trevor and the gaffer have been different class. They want to play the right way and I think Keith has spoken to me more in the last few weeks more than my family have!

“Keith has really made me feel wanted and has told me that Bohs is a club where I will develop and be given a platform to show what I can do.

“He was brilliant with me and has already made me feel at home. We have a young team so hopefully the fans will be patient but I think there’s real quality in that team and think we can kick on in time.”

Allardice is well-placed to offer opinion on Saturday’s opponents, adding: “East Fife are doing well. They try and play a bit of football compared to a lot of the Scottish lower league teams where it can sometimes be a bit more direct.

“They get down and pass it and are flying this year. They’ll be coming over in form and confident. It’s Bohs’ first game together which will be tricky but hopefully the lads can go out and hit the ground running.”

Scott Allardice

Bohs kick off pre-season with derby draw


Bohemians kicked off our pre-season campaign with a 2-2 draw behind closed doors at the FAI National Training Centre in Abbotstown last night.

Skipper on the night Keith Buckley (pictured with Andy Lyons) opened scoring for the Gypsies before Greg Moorhouse equalised for Shels.

A header from trialist Colman Kennedy saw Bohs take the lead once again but they were pegged back once more, this time through Conan Byrne.

Bohemians: James Talbot (Niall Corbett 45); Lyons (Mitch Byrne 60), James Finnerty (Michael Barker 45), Rob Cornwall (Colman Kennedy 45), Paddy Kirk (Peter Adigun 45); Luke Wade-Slater (Ryan Swan 45), Keith Buckley (Dylan Thornton 45), Danny Mandriou (Keith Ward 45), Conor Levingston (Robbie McCourt 45), Kevin Devaney (Ryan Graydon 45); Dinny Corcoran (Sam Byrne 45).

Upcoming pre-season friendlies:

  • Friday January 25th: Irish Defence Forces v Bohemians (Pearse Rd Astro, 7.45pm)
  • Tuesday January 29th: Bohemians v Longford Town (AUL, 7.45pm)
  • Friday February 8th: Bray Wanderers v Bohemians (Carlisle Grounds, 7.45pm)
Bohemians v Shelbourne - Pre-season Friendly


Please find below a list of pre-season friendlies open to public to attend.

  • Friday January 25th: Irish Defence Forces v Bohemians (Pearse Rd, 7.45pm)
  • Tuesday January 29th: Bohemians v Longford Town (AUL, 7.45pm)
  • Friday February 8th: Bray Wanderers v Bohemians (Carlisle Grounds, 7.45pm)

Bohs’ friendly with Drogheda United, originally scheduled for Friday February 25th, has been cancelled.

The American Bohemians: Saturday January 26th

Members’ Bar, Dalymount Park

Long before Red Bull were founding branded football teams or Man City’s billionaire owners were creating sister clubs across the Atlantic and even before Pelé and the Cosmos, there was the New York Bohemians.

Come to the Members’ Bar in Dalymount Park on Saturday 26th January (1pm) to learn about who the New York Bohemians really were and what their lives were like.

This is a story of a motley crew of clerks, labourers and revolutionaries left the poverty and turbulence of Dublin in the 1920s for a better life and then tried to rebuild Dalymount in Queens.

The talk will be given by Bohemian supporters and football historians Michael Kielty and Gerard Farrell.

The talk is free but there will be a collection in support of the Bohemians foundation. Light refreshments will be provided.

NY Bohs1


Bohemians have been drawn away to Shelbourne in the Leinster Senior Cup fourth round.

Time and date TBC.

A message from Keith Long

To all Bohemian supporters, I would like, on behalf of the players and staff, to wish you all a peaceful, healthy and prosperous new year.

The understanding, togetherness and chemistry between players, staff and supporters has been fantastic and we want to strengthen that bond in 2019.

There has been significant change of personnel in the off-season and we have said goodbye to some really fantastic people.

The new year, however, offers us different challenges and an opportunity to work with a new group of young, hungry players who are prepared to represent its people with pride and character.

With your valued and continued support, we look forward to 2019 with positivity and optimism.

Keith Long 

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


Bohemians can confirm we have some provisionally arranged dates for pre-season friendlies. Fixtures are subject to change.

The 2019 first team had their first official get-together a fortnight ago and started pre-season training on Friday.

Kick-off times also to be confirmed:

  • Friday January 25th: Bohemians v Drogheda Utd (Venue TBC)
  • Tuesday January 29th: Bohemians v Longford Town (AUL)
  • Friday February 8th: Bray Wanderers v Bohemians (Carlisle Grounds)


Players at first team meeting


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.

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