Following Bohemians 2-1 Dublin Derby victory over Shamrock Rovers, their fourth in a row, the clubs poet John Cummins penned a fitting tribute to two-goal hero Danny Mandroiu.
Mandroiu 20, scored a first-half penalty, having missed an earlier one, before Dan Carr equalised on 51 minutes. However, the former Brighton & Hove Albion youth player scored what can only be described as a sensational winner on the hour mark, letting fly from all of 30 with a left-footed pile-driver that gave Rovers goalkeeper Alan Mannus no chance.
The young midfielder got huge praise from his manager Keith Long after the game, as he told reporters that Mandroiu will have a huge future in the game.
Check out the poem here;
Club poet John Cummins penned a few words after last nights Dublin Derby. He’s just sent them in from the tour van with his band Shakalak ✊🏻🔴⚫️ pic.twitter.com/TuBcBZ0WLH
— Bohemian FC 🔴⚫ (@bfcdublin) June 15, 2019
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