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REACTION: KEITH LONG

HIGHLIGHTS: BOHEMIANS 3 STJARNAN 0

RTB | Ep 6 | PJ GALLAGHER & DEREK SWAN

STJARNAN PREVIEW: KEITH LONG

Preview: Bohemians v Stjarnan

 EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
First Qualifying Round Second Leg
Bohemians (1) v Stjarnan (1)
Thursday July 15th 2021
Aviva Stadium, 7.45pm
Live stream on LOITV for €10
Audio-described commentary: access4all.bohemians.ie

It has been 16 months since all Bohemians members, season ticket holders, fans, players and staff were all together under the same roof. That comes to an end tonight at the Aviva Stadium.

And manager Keith Long and his team are determined to put on a performance they can be proud of having come away from last week’s Europa League Conference first qualifying round first leg in Iceland with a 1-1 draw.

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Long said: “Our supporters who have been starved of live football for the last 16 months.

“I cannot tell you how happy we are to have them with us tonight and we hope we can produce a performance that makes them proud.

“We have never taken their support for granted and if this pandemic has taught us anything, it is that we need to make the most of the time that we have together.

“There’s no better time than tonight for them to get behind our team and our club.

“It would have been nice to bring the tie back to Dalymount but the Aviva is not a bad substitute!

“It means that so many supporters are able to attend and I am sure that they will all make themselves heard and will get behind the boys.”

After falling behind in the first half, Bohs remained calm and Ross Tierney’s equaliser leaves the tie hanging in the balance going into tonight’s return leg.

Long said: “Stjarnan have come to Dublin with plenty of confidence and they will be better prepared as a result of last Thursday’s game.

“They are a well-organised team with some very good players who can hurt us if we are not fully focused. It is half-time in the tie and we know we will have to perform at our best tonight.

“Last week we had plenty of possession without creating a huge amount of chances but we were patient and we got the goal our play deserved having conceded a disappointing goal.

“The second half was much better in terms of tempo and with a little more quality in the final third we could have scored a second goal.

“But to come home with a draw away from home with such a young group of players coming from a goal down gives us hope.

“It will be difficult, Stjarnan are a very experienced side but we have given ourselves a chance.”

TEAM NEWS

Stephen Mallon (hip) and Promise Omochere (quad) are doubts.

Bohemians Media Conference

AVIVA STADIUM CODE OF CONDUCT

It is imperative that all fans attending tonight’s game read the below Code of Conduct.

Club staff and volunteers have devoted a serious amount of time to overcoming serious obstacles to secure the Aviva Stadium for tonight’s game.

All eyes are on us as a club, including you as a supporter, to ensure that tonight’s game passes without incident.

That will be imperative to our chances in the event of us looking to secure the Aviva Stadium again for future use.

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Bohemian FC Volunteer Board of Management

SPECTATOR CODE OF CONDUCT:

P/dropcap]rior to being admitted to Bohemian FC’s match at Aviva Stadium, spectators are required to read and agree to a Code of Conduct and any updated ground regulations.

The Code of Conduct will include details on key behaviour expected of spectators while attending a match at Aviva Stadium such as:

  • Social distancing
  • Policies of face-coverings
  • Personal hygiene and etiquette
  • Respect for other spectators

A person purchasing multiple tickets is expected to forward the rules to all those attending the event with them.

Non-compliances with the Code of Conduct may lead to expulsion from the grounds, or prevention of attending future events.

All spectators should also be required to download the HSE Covid-19 Tracker App.

All spectators must adhere to the following Code of Conduct when attending matches in Aviva Stadium during Covid-19:

  • Do not attend the event if you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, are a close contact of a Covid-19 case, or have travelled from outside the green list countries in the last 14 days.
  • It is your responsibility to personally assess your ability to attend if you might be considered a vulnerable person.
  • Be aware that the contact information given at ticket purchase and your seat allocation will be kept for up to 28 days to facilitate contact tracing.
  • Download and install the HSE Covid-19 Contact Tracing App prior to arrival.
  • Make sure in advance that you are sure where your entry point to the ground is.
  • Be aware that public transport may be operating at reduced capacity. Please walk or cycle to the grounds where possible.
  • Proceed directly to the event and home afterwards. Limitations on local amenities, restaurants and bars, may mean they are not in a position to facilitate pre/post event patrons.
  • Please practice social-distancing and hygiene while travelling to and from the venue. Please have respect for the areas surrounding the venue, including local businesses and residents.
  • Arrive in good time to allow the necessary checks and procedures.
  • Be aware that your temperature will be checked before entry.
  • Please follow the directions of the stewards and any signage provided.
  • Please be respectful to Aviva Stadium staff and Bohemian FC staff and stewards. Verbal abuse will not be tolerated.
  • Please observe social-distancing at all times and in all parts of the grounds.
  • Avoid contact with others who are not in your social bubble.
  • Please proceed to your allocated seating or standing area and remain there until exiting unless using the amenities such as toilets.
  • Be aware that requirements for social distancing and reduced facilities may lead to increased queuing times for amenities.
  • When moving past others in a seated area, please avoid face to face contact with other Spectators.
  • Maintain good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitiser dispensers provided.
  • Avoid touching your face whenever possible.
  • Please wear your face coverings at all times, except when eating or drinking, unless you are under 13 or are unable to wear them because of a physical or mental illness or disability.
  • Please observe respiratory etiquette – always cover your mouth if you need to cough or sneeze.
  • Refrain from hugging, high fives, or any close contact with people who are not within your social bubble.
  • If you are attending with other members of your social bubble, please make sure they have read and understood these guidelines.
  • Failure to follow these rules may lead to a denial of entry, or expulsion from the grounds.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

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FLAGS AT AVIVA STADIUM

Due to Aviva Stadium Covid-19 public health restrictions, any supporter who wishes to have your flag displayed at Thursday’s game needs to drop your flag(s) off at Dalymount Park tomorrow or Wednesday.

With 6000 fans spaced out in a stadium of 52,000 seats, we want as many red and black flags around as possible.

Thank you to the Notorious Boo-Boys who have volunteered to put flags up on Thursday afternoon and to take them down again post-match.

Anyone wishing for your flag to be hung at the game needs to bring your flag to Dalymount at one of the following times:

  • Tuesday 9.30am-12.30pm
  • Wednesday 9.30am-12.30pm
  • Wednesday 5pm-8pm

Contact details of all flag-owners will be taken and arrangements to return flags will be made at a later date.

Thank you for your support.

Ciaran Murray hangs up flags before the game 20/4/2021

Interview: Lisa Murphy and Pat Trehy

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