Watch: Bohemians' Steo Donnelly and Warren O'Hora belt out a Dalymount anthem

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Steo Donnelly in action for Bohs against FC United of Manchester on Saturday. Credit: Martin Doherty

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Everybody knows that League of Ireland football isn't the most stable career choice so any self-respecting League of Ireland player needs to have a back-up to fall back on.

 

Which is why so many former League of Ireland players have fallen back on a career in signing when football didn't quite work out.

 

For instance, Nicky Byrne. Who was technically a singer and technically probably still is. The list is endless.

 

Anyway.

 

Two recent additions to the Bohemians senior side – youth team graduate Warren O'Hora and new signing Steo Donnelly – tackled Johnny Logan's Hold Me Now in front of the squad on Saturday.

 

Donnelly is a self-professed Bohs fan so is well-versed in the popular song – which won the Eurovision for Ireland back when people watched TV – while O'Hora has risen up the ranks.

 

They're obviously not being paid much judging by the number of rips in their trousers – Donnelly seems to have come off worst in a fight with an alley cat – but it hasn't dampened their enthusiasm.

 

Watch Bohsmen Donnelly and O'Hora tackle the best song ever to come out of Johnny Logan's mouth below via Bohemian FC.