One year into the public health crisis, Ryan Clarke laments the absence of fans even more at the start of a new League of Ireland season.
Dublin City Council have unveiled plans for the new Dalymount Park, home of Bohemian FC. The impressive design involves a realignment of the pitch but in its current form the iconic floodlights of the north Dublin ground will finally be consigned to history.
Compiled by journalist Colin White ‘Dalymount Park, The Home of Irish Football’ is a stunning new pictorial book documenting the history of the famous Dublin landmark and includes a heartfelt foreword by John Giles, a love letter to the place where he began his international career.
Planning Unit is a London-based creative design studio founded in 2011 by Jeff Knowles and Nick Hard. They have created a series of football stadium posters covering teams from the football league and across Europe. Dalymount Park was commissioned especially for Póg Mo Goal issue 2.
The always brilliant Derby Days by Copa90 cover Irelands’s own O’Classico when Bohemians hosted Shamrock Rovers in the Dublin derby.
Puskas award we hear you say? Kealan Dillon’s belter for Bohs against Derry City is a goal of the season contender.
Bohemians fans were given the opportunity to choose the new kit design to be worn next season. Polls closed on Tuesday night on the four short-listed designs by manufacturer Macron. The poll was run by Harbinger Design and Media, the team behind the classy Bohs website.
Bohemian’s excellent poster advertising the new Airtricity League season, their new-look website and social media details.
In front of the RTE cameras Bohemians finally collected their first point of the 2012 Airtricity League season on Sunday with a decent defensive display, but it’s their inability to create chances at the other end that will most concern their supporters, writes John O’Neill.