BohsTV’s ANDY DONLAN got the views of Bohemians manager Aaron Callaghan and skipper Owen Heary in the aftermath of the end-of-season 4-1 defeat at home to Drogheda United on Friday night.

In Part 1, Callaghan deals with the speculation surrounding the future of his captain and assistant.

And having been well beaten by the Drogs, Callaghan also speaks of his disappointment at “surrendering the game”, his discussions with players for next season and his own future at the club.


“We’ve offered Owen two years on his contract and we are hopeful that he’ll stay.”

In Part 2, Heary reflects on the 2012 Airtrictiy League season and applauds Callaghan’s footballing philosophy.

The former Shelbourne man states that he is going nowhere and selects Bohemians’ goal of the season … almost!

“I think we’ve underachieved this year in general.”

Camera and editing: Jamie O’Halleron

Graphic design: Ray O’Hanlon


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