Football: BOB DISPLAYS UNITED FRONT; Bohemians v Monaghan U.Byline: MICHAEL SCULLY
MONAGHAN United boss Bobby Browne Robert James Browne (or Bobby Browne) (born 9 February, 1912 in Derry, Ireland (now a part of Northern Ireland) and died 1994) was a former Northern Irish footballer who played as a wing half.
Browne began his career with his local team, Derry City FC. is remaining defiant after his side's poor start to the season - and despite the fact they face a free-scoring Bohs side that's intent on revenge at Dalymount Park
Bohs are smarting after losing to old rivals Shamrock Rovers on their home patch eight days ago - and especially because it was the centre-piece of the celebrations for Dalymount's 100th birthday.
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But Browne has rung the changes this week, bringing in former Gypsies Tommy Byrne Tommy Byrne can refer to:
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None of the trio are likely to start, however, because they lack match practice.
"It's not an ideal situation to be in, but we needed to change things around," admitted Browne.
"We lacked solidity. We were loose in midfield and at the back, and while they might not be ready for this game, they'll do a job for me over the next few weeks."
Although Monaghan are already in danger of being cast adrift at the foot of the table, he added: "It's not all doom and gloom doom and gloom
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"Now I'm bringing in players with a bit more experience and I'm looking forward to the challenge of playing Bohs - if we go there thinking we'll get hammered, then we might as well not go at all. We'll give it everything."
Bohs skipper Kevin Hunt is suspended as the Gypsies try to regain the top berth from Shamrock Rovers.
Stephen Caffrey is likely to fill in for Hunt in the middle of the park alongside Fergal Harkin while Avery John is likely to return to the centre-half role he has excelled in so far this season.
Monaghan are likely to be without Eddie Meier, Stephen Murphy and Mick Scully due to injury.
Manager Pete Mahon must also decide if he wants to continue with Michael Dempsey in goal, or bring back fit-again Wayne Russell.
SUSPENDED: Kevin Hunt; DEFIANT: Bobby Browne