St.Patrick’s Athletic boss, Harry Kenny couldn’t hide his disappointment, following Friday’s 1-1 draw at home to Bohemians in the latest top-flight Dublin derby. Having lost the same fixture 1-0 at Dalymount Park earlier in the campaign, this result won’t be viewed as the worst in the world by followers of the “Saints” but both managers seemed to come away disappointed from Richmond Park.
Darragh Markey had given the hosts a first-half lead, just five minutes before the break but a stunning Danny Mandroiu free-kick fifteen minutes from time saw the shares spoiled between these two great capital foes. However, that is only half the tale as the “Gypsies” also saw a spot-kick saved, while the “Saints” had a goal chalked off by the match officials in controversial circumstances.
As a result, Kenny struggled to contain his disappointment as he spoke to Gerard Browne post-match for Between the Stripes TV.Read More