Mick Bohan staying at Dublin is crucial, says club’s ladies football selector Paul Casey

Dublin selector Paul Casey says it is critical manager Mick Bohan stays on because the TG4 winners push for a fourth crown.
Aims from Sinead Goldrick and Hannah O’Neill aided mill a narrow 2-3 to 0-4 victory over Galway on Sunday.
Despite the conditions for soccer, there was a record 56,114 in attendance at Croke Park.
Bohan, who previously worked in Lucan Sarsfields with Casey, masterminded an – and Casey knows his influence is enormous.
“It’s angry when you become involved in a team like this it’s an eye-opener,” said Casey, who’ve just completed two years together with the Dubs.
“When you’re a player what’s done for you and you simply take it for granted. However, you see within the management team work Mick does.
“He has everything set up for the staff and management staff. He is so important for this group. He leaves no stone.
“Mick signed up for another two years last year. He’ll enjoy the next few days since we’ve worked hard. It’s time to let the hair down, that the pressure is off now. It’s the right time.
“You would expect we’ll adhere together. I can’t see any people going anywhere, if Mick stays around.
“Please God, we all knuckle down and so are prepared for next year.”
Dublin visited the children’s hospitals on Monday at Temple and Crumlin Street.
It was a weekend with all the Dublin footballers getting the first group in history to win five Sam Maguire victories in-a-row.
Casey won an All-Ireland at 2011 with Dublin until he stepped away from the panel the subsequent year but was not in Croke Park to witness the.
“The lads are fantastic,” said Casey.
“There’s a whole great deal of connections between both groups. The standards were increased by them concerning game in Ireland, not football that was Gaelic. They are an exceptional group.
“We learn a great deal from them and we attempt to establish our own criteria also. But it is a terrific weekend for a Dub. For in precisely the exact identical moment to three-in-a-row and a five.
“After we beat Cork we’re always centered on the last. You need to place yourself and your team . Kerry and dublin was just another match on tv.
“We had to remain focused. We could look back and say it has been a great weekend for Dublin soccer.
“In fairness to the women, you are waiting around for 4 o’clock on Sunday evening. It was a very long time since we met up on Friday night. It’s a distraction. We can look back and say it’s great for both groups.
“We’ll delight in the next few days anyhow to observe.”

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