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Saturday 1 April 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Gypsies

All time
# support your club
Bohemians offer fans the chance to buy a piece of Dalymount Park history
A dressing room brick will set you back €59.
# third choice
Bohemians launch new blue and yellow kit
Keith Long’s side were due to wear it for the first time last Friday, but SSE Airtricity League fixtures have been postponed.
# young and hungry
'He’s going to be a great addition' - Bohemians add St Pat's defender Kelly to their squad
The 21-year-old has made the short move across the Liffey ahead of the new campaign.
# Gypsies
Busy day for Bohemians as four signings announced
Anto Breslin, JJ Lunney, Kris Twardek and Stephen McGuinness have joined the Dublin club, while seven players have re-signed.
# Reunited
Bohs release new home shirt as Des Kelly returns as main sponsor
The Gypsies have signed a four-year partnership with the interiors company.
# the gypsies
Bohemians just one point from Europa League football thanks to Wade-Slater and Wright
Keith Long’s side secured an impressive 2-1 win against Dundalk on Friday.
# Dublin Derby
Burke and Greene on target as Shamrock Rovers beat Bohemians to book FAI Cup final spot
Bohemians had Danny Mandroiu sent off as Rovers booked their place in the FAI Cup final.
# Pastures new
Promising 19-year-old Ali Reghba leaves Bohemians with Leicester City move expected
The German-born striker impressed while on trial with the Foxes in January.
# get your passports
Bohemians accept invitation to take part in this year's IRN-BRU Scottish Challenge Cup
Keith Long’s side withdrew from last year’s competition due to a ‘logistical nightmare’.
# penalty decision
'If that was a Dundalk player, they would have hit the ground. We need to be cuter and learn from this horrible feeling'
Keith Long was left frustrated after losing to a stoppage time penalty against Dundalk on Monday.
# Report
Two goals and two red cards in Sligo as Corcoran and Finnerty help Bohemians go second
Keith Long’s side have leapfrogged champions Dundalk into second place after beating the Bit O’Red.
# Gypsies
Almost 3,000 in attendance at Dalymount to see Corcoran snatch all three points for Bohs
Keith Long’s men got up and running with a win against Finn Harps on Friday.
# Gypsies
Former Man United and Everton forward Byrne joins Bohemians ahead of 2019 campaign
The 23-year-old Dubliner is the brother of Leinster wing Adam Byrne.
# new recruits
'We want to work with players who are hungry': Bohemians sign Wolves midfielder and Sunderland goalkeeper
Both James Talbot and Conor Levingston have represented Ireland at youth level all the way up to U19s.
# Concern
Worry for Dundalk ahead of FAI Cup final as Patrick Hoban limps off during Dalymount draw
Champions Dundalk earned a 1-1 draw against Bohemians, however their star striker went off injured in the second half.
# long haul
'We want big games, big occasions and big crowds' - Long agrees new three-year deal at Dalymount Park
The 44-year-old Dubliner has been in charge of the Gypsies since 2014.
# Stadium
Opening date for proposed 6,000-seater Dalymount Park pushed back to 2023
Bohemians and Shelbourne will play in Tolka Park in 2021 and 2022 before sharing Dalymount Park together.
'It doesn't mean much unless you're going out in the Aviva': Mixed emotions for Morris after 40 yard wonder-goal
Ian Morris scored a stunning 40 yard goal for Bohemians in their FAI Cup semi-final replay on Monday.
# we meet again
Cork City book FAI Cup final spot as champions prepare to take on Dundalk for fourth year in a row
John Caulfield’s side held on to beat Bohemians 2-1 on Monday at Turners Cross in their semi-final replay.
# Penalty call
A harsh call or full-on penalty? Leahy's challenge sees Cork City earn dramatic late draw
Kieran Sadlier’s penalty saw Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final between Bohemians and Cork City end all square.
# LOI Legends
'It’s nice to have the feeling that you belong to a club and I don’t think there are any better than Bohs'
Former Bohemians captain Kevin Hunt looks back at a decade with the Gypsies, playing in Asia and life after retirement.
# Winner winner
Corcoran and Kelly on target as Bohs score first win over Derry since 2015
It was a thoroughly deserved win for the visitors as they broke a 10-game losing run against Derry City.
# Gypsies
Woe continues for hapless Seagulls as Bohemians dish out six goal thrashing
Keith Long’s side put struggling Bray Wanderers to the sword with a landslide win in Phibsborough.
# out in front
Hoban hits 12th goal of the season as leaders Dundalk get the better of Bohemians
Sean Hoare was also on the scoresheet in a 2-0 win for the Lilywhites at Dalymount Park.
# smash and grab
Gypsies frustrated as Duffus strike sees Waterford escape Dalymount with three points
Waterford closed the gap on Cork City to three points in third spot thanks to Courtney Duffus’ winner.
# unbeaten
Dundalk remain unbeaten after eight games with easy dispatch of Gypsies
The Lilywhites remain one point behind champions Cork City in the Premier Division standings.
# Late Late Show
Bohs see off Seagulls thanks to Corcoran's injury-time winner
Keith Long’s men picked up a 2-1 victory over Bray Wanderers at Dalymount Park.
# forever red
Former Liverpool striker Morgan nets fourth of the season as Sligo leave Dalymount with a point
Gerard Lyttle’s side twice came from behind to snatch a point against Bohemians.
# saints
Clarke earns Saints bragging rights as Buckley's men depart Dalymount with three points
St Pat’s recorded their second win of the season on Friday, with Dean Clarke’s goal proving vital in a Dublin derby against Bohemians.
# Candystripes
Curtis strike earns Candystripes first win of the season at snow-covered Dalymount Park
Ronan Curtis struck on the hour mark while captain Ger Doherty saved a penalty in the final five minutes for Derry City.
# point apiece
Last minute equaliser from ex-Leeds striker sees Gypsies earn a share of the spoils in Limerick
Eoghan Stokes grabbed Bohemians a point at the death to deny Limerick at the Markets Field on Saturday.
# Signed And Sealed
Welcome back! Former Man City youth player returns to Dalymount Park for 2018
Karl Moore re-joins the Gypsies having spent the last three seasons at Bray Wanderers.
# New Look
Away days! Bohemians and Limerick gear up for new campaign with release of new kits
New season, new kits for two Premier Division mainstays.
# Gypsies
Bohs end the season on a high with victory over relegated Finn Harps
Philly Gannon, Jamie Hamilton and Izzy Akinade were on the scoresheet at Dalymount Park.
# Forward Planning
Super business by Bohemians as two key players are tied down to new deals
Goalkeeper Shane Supple and defender Robert Cornwall are extending their stay with the Dublin club.
# white out
Izzy leaves Dundalk dizzy as Bohs pick up a well-earned victory at Oriel Park
It was a frustrating evening for Stephen Kenny’s side as Ismahil Akinade’s goal proved the difference.
# earning your stripes
Dublin derby doesn't disappoint as Bohs sneak win in five-goal thriller with Pat's
In an explosive opening, there were already three goals and a red card inside the first 16 minutes.
# Impact
Galway supersub Padraic Cunningham scores just seconds after being introduced against Bohs
The teams played out a 1-1 draw but it’s not much use to the Tribesmen who remain four points from safety.
# Stalemate
Gypsies winning streak comes to a close as Bray frustrate during lacklustre stalemate
Neither side impressed in Phibsborough as Bray earned their first point in five games.
# Gypsies
Akinade the star as Bohemians end losing streak with first Dublin derby win of the season
Bohemians earned their first win in four games to ease fears of being dragged into a relegation battle.