'Who’s a pretty boy then?': Bohemians have acquired a feathered fan

League of Ireland stalwarts Bohemian FC had a new fan turn up at their stadium today - and it isn’t even a matchday.

Possibly impressed by yesterday's 5-1 win over St. Patrick's Athletic, a small green parrot arrived at Dalymount Park this morning and made himself at home.

The club’s Twitter account have appealed for help to the get the little guy home. He can talk, but doesn’t appear to be giving out his home address.

After several hours flying around Dalymount, the feathered guest has been relocated to a temporary home while they try and find his family.

Can you help? Know anyone in Phibsborough missing a green, chatty and presumably football-loving parrot?

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