Interview: Bohemians Strength and Conditioning coach Graham Norton

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Strength and Conditioning is fast becoming a vital tool for football clubs the world over, as they look to take advantage over their rivals for glory. For clubs in the League of Ireland, it has taken a while for them to fully embrace the concept. Continue reading “Interview: Bohemians Strength and Conditioning coach Graham Norton”

Let battle commence, as Dundalk and Cork clash in the President’s Cup

For the fourth year in a row Dundalk and Cork City will contest the President’s Cup, a pre-season fixture featuring the previous season’s League and Cup winners, or league runners-up should one team claim the double as Dundalk did in 2018. Continue reading “Let battle commence, as Dundalk and Cork clash in the President’s Cup”

Sligo bring in experience ahead of the big kick-off

Sligo Rovers have boosted their forward line after the announcement that they’ve brought in 32 year-old striker Daryl Fordyce for the 2019 season. Fordyce, from Northern Ireland, began his career with Portsmouth, but made his name playing for Glentoran and Linfield in the Northern Irish Premiership. Continue reading “Sligo bring in experience ahead of the big kick-off”

Bohemians apologise following late IRN BRU Cup postponement

Bohemians Football Club have released a statement following their late postponement of the IRN BRU Cup quarter-final clash with East Fife on Saturday. Continue reading “Bohemians apologise following late IRN BRU Cup postponement”