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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 18°C

# Mick Bohan

This year
# Ladies Football
'With a little change, the game could be way more open' - Bohan reiterates frustrations
His Dublin side edged a seven-goal thriller in Cork on a busy Bank Holiday weekend of league action.
Last year
# Ladies Football
'It just doesn't make sense. And it's frustrating' - Dublin boss Bohan's latest call for change
‘We want them to go out there and play at 100-miles-an-hour and the minute there’s a bit of contact, there’s a free?’
# Mick Bohan
'Mixed views' on Leinster final double-header in Croke Park as Dubs without two star forwards
The Sky Blues and Meath renew rivalries in Saturday’s decider.
All time
# Mick Bohan
Dublin ratify All-Ireland winning boss for 2022 season
Mick Bohan will be aiming for Dublin to bounce back from September’s loss against Meath.
# lauren magee
Dublin retirements impending, backing Bohan to stay, and returning to Oz after All-Ireland heartbreak
‘I feel like there will be a few retirements and a bit of a shift in the team, and if there is that as well as a new management, it will just be very hard.’
# Bouncing Back
Dublin star hopeful 'the best manager in the country' will stay on for a sixth campaign
Mick Bohan’s Sky Blues saw their All-Ireland five-in-a-row bid derailed by Meath earlier this month.
# no qualms
'I have to take my hat off to Meath, I thought they were outstanding' - Dubs boss Bohan
Mick Bohan and Dublin were gracious in defeat as Meath were crowned champions.
# comeback queen
'What an achievement. Goldie tore the hamstring off the bone six-and-a-half months ago'
Mick Bohan paid tribute to the returning Sinéad Goldrick after Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final win over Mayo.
# Hitting back
'Cynicism, give us a break. Really?' - Dublin boss Bohan's mounting frustration
‘Physicality has been thrown out like a dirty word at us at the moment – and cynicism.’
# talking point
'Very frustrated and annoyed' and 'move forward with the rules' - calls for change in ladies football
Dublin boss Mick Bohan and Donegal manager Maxi Curran are among those who have been particularly vocal.
# Mick Bohan
Dublin boss 'frustrated' and 'finding it difficult' despite league final win over Cork
Mick Bohan’s side lifted their second Division 1 crown after an eventful clash in Croke Park.
# Drive For Five
Dublin's four-in-a-row All-Ireland winning boss staying on for 2021 season
Mick Bohan has brought plenty of success to the capital since taking charge for the second time in 2017.
# driven by the past
'What drove them was the beatings. There's something about those days...they'll never forget'
Mick Bohan has guided Dublin ladies to four successive All-Irelands and 21 straight championship victories.
# christmas cracker
Bohan braced for 'great festival' of Dublin football as old foes stand in the way of four-in-a-row
‘This group have nothing but respect for Cork. It will be two groups of footballers going at it to the nth degree and the best team will win.’
# level three
Government relax rules to allow full GAA panels attend games
Inter-county teams could only name panels of 26 players to now, which drew criticism from a number of inter-county managers.
# Peak 2020
'He said, 'The Curragh was off today but then again, horses are valuable'' - preparing for Christmas in Croker
Mick Bohan’s Dublin booked their seventh All-Ireland final appearance in-a-row yesterday – but this one will be very different.
# capital at a loss
'I appeal to the Minister for Health, Minister for Sport, the LGFA and the GAA to really push the buttons'
Dublin ladies boss Mick Bohan has issued a plea for all players, staff and family members to be allowed to the All-Ireland final.
# Ins and outs
Three-in-a-row All-Ireland winners Dublin unveil 37-strong championship panel
Familiar faces return, though others won’t feature in 2020, as Mick Bohan’s side open their title defence against Donegal.
# Ladies Football
Dublin boss Bohan calls for 2020 Championship to be scrapped
‘I’d hate to see the competition just put on for the sake of a few games,’ he said of the mooted knock-out Championship.
# Double Headers
'Until this comes under one umbrella it will never really work' - Bohan
Dublin ladies boss Mick Bohan has reiterated his call for a union between the male and female codes.
# clean slate
Concern after Leinster championship scrapped, as Dublin boss dismisses talk of dominance
2020 is a season of change in ladies football.
# warning
AFLW has 'potential to damage' ladies football and players should have to pick one or the other - Mayo boss
Dublin manager Mick Bohan also said he has ‘mixed feelings’ towards the league 18 Irishwomen will play in this spring.
# going again
Two-time All-Star defender and 2017 All-Ireland hero return for Dublin ahead of new season
Leah Caffrey and Sarah McCaffrey are among five familiar faces who have returned to Mick Bohan’s set-up.
# 20x20
'We never went after the female tag at all, we actually went after the game'
A fascinating in-depth chat with Dublin three-in-a-row All-Ireland winning manager Mick Bohan.
# continuity is key
Dublin's three-in-a-row All-Ireland winning boss Bohan staying on board for 2020
‘Loyalty has to be a factor in managing a group: you have to look around and see what’s the right thing for them.’
# the homecoming
1,000 free tickets to be released for joint reception for Dublin's All-Ireland champions
Merrion Square hosts Sunday’s homecoming celebration.
# up the dubs
Free tickets available as Merrion Square hosts reception for Dublin's All-Ireland champions
There will be live performances from from Keywest, Eoin Thomas and The Rising Sons this weekend.
# Old guard
'15 years later, we are still here. We're certainly glad we didn't hang up the boots!'
Dublin had three survivors from their 2004 final meeting with Galway leading the way in yesterday’s All-Ireland three-in-a-row win.
# heartwarming story
'You win a medal or a trophy, but there's so much more to life... her achievement was bigger than ours'
A fairly routine winning post-match media briefing, until Dublin’s three in-a-row winning boss Mick Bohan shared a touching story.
# Tribute To Jim
'It would be a testament to what I see as the greatest manager of all time' - Praise for Gavin
Dublin ladies football boss Mick Bohan hails the impact made by Jim Gavin.
# Cruciate Curse
'Devastated for her... but she's still around the group and she's so positive'
A cruel blow for Dublin star forward Nicole Owens, who misses the All-Ireland final after knee surgery.
# preconception
'It's just so dismissive of the work that goes into it' - Dublin boss on talk of capital's dominance
‘People started saying to us, ‘Three, four, five-in-a-row, you’ll end up like the lads.’ Everyone just throws it out as if it just happens.’
# Capital gains
'This becomes a drug - you want it and you want it as often as you can get it'
Dublin boss Mick Bohan and star forwards Niamh McEvoy and Carla Rowe were in jubilant form after their All-Ireland semi-final win over Cork at Croke Park yesterday.
# Cruel Blow
'It just reveals the character in our group. We have people willing to do whatever it takes'
After her early withdrawal today, Dublin star Nicole Owens is a doubt for the All-Ireland final with an ongoing knee injury.
# the dubs
Champions Dublin book All-Ireland quarter-final spot with 25 point win at Parnell Park
Mick Bohan’s side enjoyed a comfortable afternoon against Monaghan.
# serious suggestion
All-Ireland winning boss sees 'opportunity' in scrapping provincial championships
Mick Bohan wants the LGFA to get rid of the provincial system, and says it’s ‘inevitable’ in both the men’s and women’s game.
# No regrets
'Worth it' - Missing a Leaving Cert holiday to Magaluf for a first Leinster final with Dublin
Niamh Hetherton helped her side to an eighth provincial title in-a-row in her first championship start.
# Team news
2017 Player of the Year Healy set for first start of the year as Dublin make 8 changes
The eight Division 1 ladies football sides have shown their hand for the weekend.
# Goalfest
Tipperary hit for six as Dublin get their league defence back on track
Three goals in each half saw the Dubs return to winning ways this afternoon.
# lyndsey davey
'He is a very persuasive man and you obviously want to play for as long as you can' - Dublin star returns
Lyndsey Davey is back aiming for glory with Dublin in 2019.