ROCKY O'BRIEN, Bohemians.
EX-BOHS ace Rocky O'Brien Rocky O'Brien was an Irish soccer player during the 1980s. His real name was David O'Brien.
He represented Bohemians and Sligo Rovers during his League of Ireland career. is asked one simple question: "Who will win the league -Bohs or Rovers?" Without hesitation he replies: "Jaysus, Bohs. I just couldn't say otherwise or I'd be shot! But it will be a draw tonight."
O'Brien is remembered by the Gypsies faithful for his two goals in a 3-2 1984 Uefa Cup win over Rangers Rapidly deployable airborne light infantry organized and trained to conduct highly complex joint direct action operations in coordination with or in support of other special operations units of all Services. .
And the current Belgrove boss, above, added: "Until Bohs beat Derry on Tuesday night I thought Rovers were in the driving seat.
"But that win means Bohs are probably the slight favourites for the title now as they've been here before and have that toughness.
"A draw probably wouldn't be a bad result for them but Rovers are just so consistent that it's a hard one to call."
And while some feel it's too early to classify clas·si·fy
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He said: "I think they'll both remain consistent and if anyone can grab an advantage over the other tonight it could well be the difference."