Local artist Niall O Lochlainn has done the Wailer-in-chief proud!
Bob Marley has joined Phil Lynott on the gates of Dalymount Park, the home of Bohemian FC who kick off their 2018 league campaign with a Friday night sellout against old rivals, Shamrock Rovers.
Having allowed Thin Lizzy on to the hallowed turf in 1977, Dalyer welcomed Bob and the Wailers in 1980 with both earning a place in Hot Press’ Greatest Irish Gigs of All-Time list.
See the next issue of Hot Press for a report on how Bohs fans helped save the club from bankruptcy, with politics, community activism, rock 'n' roll and craft beer all part of the rescue plan!
“Every little thing... is gonna be alright.” ⚫️🔴 🇯🇲— Bohemian FC 🔴⚫ (@bfcdublin) February 13, 2018
New Bob Marley mural went up in Dalymount today beside Philo... Marley played Dalyer in 1980.
It was designed and painted by top local head Niall O’Lochlainn and paid for by the Gypsies Supporters Trust. ✊🏼 pic.twitter.com/O3olSeTLrL