As a result of our Intertoto campaign a number of games had to be moved from their originally
scheduled dates. One such game was the away trip to Finn Harps on Tuesday. Those of you familiar
with the geography of Ireland will know that it entails a journey of two hundred and thirty
kilometers and [.
It wasn't the most glamorous of European draws but when it was announced that we were to play Rhyll
FC of Wales in the opening round of the Intertoto cup, most Bohs fans saw progression to the next
round as a sure thing. While the win was convincing enough in the end, there were some [...]
"El Cuervo's flag in the members bar" Bohs beat Drogheda Town 3-0. There isn't much to
say about the game. Victory was inevitable. We expected to win by more but it matters little. We go
into the two week summer break, with six wins on the spin, top of the league and still in the FAI
Blog that is! For the second consecutive month, a Bohs fan blogger has been awarded Blog of the
Month in When Saturday Comes! This time the plaudits go to Steve D for his "A Gambling
Journey" which is hosted on the unofficial Bohs site bohs.ie. Bohs are currently top of the
league in football terms and [.
He's got seven goals this year so far making him the league's top scorer. He's the best dead ball
man we've had for years. Yet Killian Brennan may be wondering if he's not as popular as some other
players in the side. The problem is, Killian has no song. Crowe has "start spreading the
Its hard to believe that we are top of the league for the first time in five years. As the fourth
official put up his board to show four minutes of injury time on Tuesday night some people were
chanting it. I couldn't. Me and Jimmy who was standing beside me looked away. Pats threw [...]
LukeO works most Friday nights. That at least is his excuse for missing most home games. Last night
however another theory emerged. Shortly before a quarter to eight as the Bohs team entered the
pitch, they were joined by someone in a big foam Dennis the menace suit. It was our new mascot. As
Onside magazine is a new publication focusing on Irish football. Its a steal at €4 for 57
pages of full colour quality coverage of the Eircom League of Ireland and the international team.
Its available from ELOI club shops, Easons and some other newsagents.
There was a full moon in the sky last night. All right thinking football fans stayed indoors. This
was not just any full moon, it coincided with the perverted satanic ritual of donning red or blue
shirts and praying to the gods of greed, excess and corporate entities that just happen to have
Photo by Dean Taaffe Its been a strange week since the trip to Cobh. On Wednesday my Cousin, Fab
and I traveled to Manchester for the UEFA cup final. We'd had all sorts of warnings about going as
Rangers were in the final. They eat their babies, they'll burn you as a witch, you'll go straight
When the season kicked off one thing that I was looking forward to was those long distance away
trips. Due to the fall of the fixtures however, along with a particularly nasty infection hitting
me at a most inopportune time, so far I've had to make do with the opening day's trip to Galway.
Well maybe its fitting, seeing as how Bohs play on Saturday this week; Obsessed! is the current
When Saturday Comes blog of the month! Thanks to the WSC crew for noticing us and thanks to all the
regular readers who make it worth our while to do this. As I said, tomorrow we have the rare [...]
I have very few happy memories of trips to Belfield for Bohs games and Friday night didn't
provide any either. I left work at five o'clock on what was a beautiful Friday evening. It was
perfect for sitting outside and having a few beers but unfortunately I had to head up to Dalymount
to pick up [...
There are a few Drogheda fans who like to wind me up to the effect that as a Navan man, Drogheda
United should be my team. Besides the fact that I was living in Dublin when I started going to see
Bohs, there is no logic in this idea. For one thing, United Park is only [...]
I'm one of those people who gets excited at the sight of a football ground. Dalymount's majestic
floodlights were one of the first things that attracted me to Bohs. If I'm travelling through a
city I haven't been in before, I always keep an eye out for its stadia. I don't know why this is.